Los Angeles is powerful case study for understanding spatialized racial and ethnic stratification. In this new book, Ong & Gonzalez describe the different elements that make up the urban spatial structure — place, relative location and networks — and examine how these elements produces and reproduces ethnoracial inequality in housing, employment and education. Ong and Gonzalez argue that by touching a broad range of human activities, the urban landscape or urbanscape, becomes complicit in the production of socioeconomic and ethnoracil injustices in our cities. Learn more here.
https://knowledge.luskin.ucla.edu/wp-content/uploads/2019/06/uneven_urbanscape.jpg 499 331 Silvia R. González https://knowledge.luskin.ucla.edu/wp-content/uploads/2020/04/Uxd_Blk_CNK_Luskin_E.png Silvia R. González2019-06-04 11:26:072020-06-01 18:13:49“Uneven Urbanscape” examines the production of ethnoracial inequality