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Ghetto (2016) recounts the socio-ideological origins of the term ghetto, specifically as it has been applied to black neighborhoods in America and offers an unflinching look at the intricate interactions of race, prejudice, policy, and sociology. There are no easy answers when it comes to campaigning for racial equality.

At Princeton University, Mitchell Duneier is the Maurice P. During Professor of Sociology. Sidewalk and Slim's Table, both award-winning urban ethnographies, were also written by him.

• Policymakers and activists
• Students of sociology and political science
• Individuals with an interest in American studies