William Julius Wilson
William Julius Wilson (born December 20, 1935) is an American sociologist. He taught at the University of Chicago from 1972 to 1996 before moving to Harvard University.
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... Angeles, provides a critique of arguments advanced by Wilson in The Truly Disadvantaged ... In particular, Waldinger challenges Wilson's argument that the labor market problems African Americans face today are largely due to deindustrialization and ... book for an assessment of how thoroughly Waldinger rebuts Wilson.) One crucial limitation to the full credibility of Waldinger's study, however, is ...
... See also William Julius Wilson Rustin's analysis was supported by later research by William Julius Wilson ... Wilson documented an increase in inequality within the Black community, following educated Blacks moving into white suburbs and following the decrease of ... Wilson's criticism of the neglect of working-class and poor African Americans by civil rights organizations led to his being mistaken for a conservative, despite his having identified ...
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