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Extra info for Public Housing and School Choice in a Gentrified City: Youth Experiences of Uneven Opportunity
This research examines the ways in which the participation, market demands, and pressure from higher-income residents both benefit and do not benefit the education and environment of children in public housing in Hoboken. Methods This book reports a multimethod, qualitative, single case study of the experiences of youth in public housing in Hoboken. The methods for this research included ethnographic observations, semistructured interviews, a 22 / public housing and school choice in a gentrified city focus group, participatory research with youth in public housing, family case studies, and analysis of existing data sets and archival sources.
Around 1980, there was a rash of suspected arson-for-profit fires, and tenements began to be converted to condominiums at a breath-taking rate” (AxelLute, 2001, para. 6). Bill Bergin (2012), a retired fireman and deputy chief, described the prevalence of fires in the 1980s. He pointed out that many of the fires were in buildings that would later become condominiums but that there was a lack of convictions due to the difficulties associated with proving fault. Between March 1978 and November 1981, 41 people, including 30 children, died in arson-related Hoboken fires—with no convictions.
In 1917, the Jones Act gave citizenship to Puerto Ricans, leading to a large increase in the number of Puerto Ricans in the New York City metropolitan area. Then the Johnson-Reed Immigration Act of 1924 severely restricted immigration from Europe. As a result of these acts, airline travel, and push factors in Puerto Rico, the population in Hoboken became increasingly Puerto Rican. ZieglerMcPherson (2011, p. ” Potential employment in factories attracted Puerto Ricans to Hoboken. The Tootsie Roll Company even advertised in Puerto Rico to recruit workers to Hoboken (Henry, 2002).