The Other Side of Middletown

The Other Side of Middletown

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Prompted by the overt omission of Muncie's black community from the famous study by Lynd and Lynd, Middletown: A Study in Modern American Culture, the authors uncover the neglected part of the story of Middletown, a well-known pseudonym for the Midwestern city of Muncie, Indiana. It is a uniquely collaborative field study involving local experts, ethnographers, and teams of college students. The book, The Other Side of Middletown, and DVD, Middletown Redux, are valuable resources for community research. Sponsored by the Virginia B. Ball Center for Creative Inquiry, Muncie, Indiana.Members of the business class were less likely either to lose their jobs or suffer an interruption in their employment than members of the working class.10 The Lynds finished their study in 1927 but then encountered some difficulty finding a publisher for it. ... Transition in late April 1937, the celebrated photojournalist Margaret Bourke-White published a photo essay of Muncie/Middletown in Life magazine.

Title:The Other Side of Middletown
Author: Luke E. Lassiter
Publisher:Rowman Altamira - 2004-01-01

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