Re: digital divide
Also Thomas M. Shapiro's The Hidden Cost of Being African
American: How Wealth Perpetuates Inequality (Oxford UP,
At 10:31 AM -0700 7/25/07, Michael H Goldhaber wrote:
Parenthetically, I don't believe we
erase the "culture of poverty" by telling the poor they
could spend their money or time more wisely. They have to have
easy opportunities, and maybe a lot of hand-holding. I think Sennett
and Cobb's 1970's book "Hidden Injuries of Class"
is worth recalling in this regard.