The Color of Class

The Color of Class
Poor Whites and the Paradox of Privilege

Kirby Moss

2003 | 176 pages | Cloth $59.95 | Paper $24.95
Anthropology
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Table of Contents

Introduction

1. Setting: Midway, U.S.A., an Unassuming City?
2. School: Learning to Live Up to the Paragon
3. Encounters: Intersections and Collisions
4. Income and Work: Making Ends Meet, Barely
5. Encounters: Changing Contexts, Changing Characters
6. Home: Sheltered by Whiteness
7. Encounters: Uncommon Class Commonalities
8. Deconstructing the Color of Class

Conclusion
Notes
References
Index
Acknowledgments