Structural Victimization in El Barrio and its Connections to Race, Class and Globalization

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Structural Victimization in El Barrio and its Connections to Race, Class and Globalization
As noted in the title above, this paper looks at structural victimization in El Barrio and at its connections to race, class and globalization (economic globalization, to be specific). The essay begins by first looking at what we mean when we mention the term, “structural victimization,” and then proceeds to look at how the despair created by being designated as “losers” or as people deserving of marginalization contributes to the criminal activities that pervade El Barrio in New York. With that out of the way, the paper then looks, successively, at the connection of structural victimization to race, class and economic globalization. When all is said...
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