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Ain"t no makin" it

leveled aspirations in a low-income neighbourhood

by Jay MacLeod

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Published by Tavistock in London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Socially handicapped youth -- United States.,
  • Ambition -- United States.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliography and index.

    StatementJay MacLeod.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsHV1431
    The Physical Object
    Pagination(208)p. ;
    Number of Pages208
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL21404765M
    ISBN 100422621706

    This Paper Presents Agreement With Author Jay Macleod’S Words | 7 Pages. Victims of Circumstance To begin, author Jay MacLeod () discusses his perspective on being “pushed into jumping” in chapter eleven of his book, Ain 't No Makin ' It: Aspirations and Attainment in a Low-Income Neighborhood (p).   Jay MacLeod is a sociologist, author, and Episcopal priest. In , he wrote a book called "Ain't no makin' it" - an up-close look at the lives of two groups of teenage boys living in housing.

    COUPON: Rent Ain't No Makin' It Aspirations and Attainment in a Low-Income Neighborhood 3rd edition () and save up to 80% on textbook rentals and 90% on used textbooks. Get FREE 7-day instant eTextbook access!Price: $ Reasons for endorsing or rejecting achievement ideology. Jay MacLeod studied two groups of boys and young men who lived in a low-income neighborhood for his book, Ain't No Makin' It. The "Hallway Hangers," a group of mostly white boys, did not endorse meritocracy, the .

      With the original publication of Ain't No Makin' It, Jay MacLeod brought us to the Clarendon Heights housing project where we met the 'Brothers' and the 'Hallway Hangers'. Their story of poverty, race, and defeatism moved readers and challenged ethnic stereotypes. MacLeod's return eight years later, and the resulting revision 3/5(6). In Jay MacLeod's book, Ain't No Makin" It, The Hallway Hangers and the Brothers come from the same economic background and are of similar age. The only outward difference is their race. MacLeod shows that this factor, along with class, directly influenced their aspirations, and consequently, negatively affected how these two groups fared in life.


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Attend school on a regular basis,No arrests,No drug/alcohol abuse HH influence of family Only Jinx has a father present regularly, Only 2 have parents who graduated high school,Only 1 father works,Older siblings in prison,Lived in projects for at least 20 years,Siblings participated in race riots.

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