A Message of Marginality: Black Youth, Alienation, and Unemployment
by Julia Wrigley — 1982
This chapter focuses on the connections between high rates of unemployment and alienation among black youth. It will suggest that, rather than seeing joblessness as a product of alienation, black youth express high aspirations that are only gradually eroded as the realities of unemployment rates in the range of 30 to 40 percent hit home for them.
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