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  1. says: Palaces for the People characters ¿ 104 Eric Klinenberg ´ 4 characters Read Palaces for the People

    characters Ê PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook ´ Eric Klinenberg Eric Klinenberg ´ 4 characters Read Palaces for the People I didn't think that I could dislike a book as much as I dislike THIS book but yes I really disliked this book Wo

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    Palaces for the People characters ¿ 104 35 Overall the ideas Klinenberg poses and the research he references are interesting and gets one thinking of what we need to do to create a better future society Social infrastructure is a philosophy I can get behind and the stories he shares from fieldwork especially personal vignettes were insightful But I will say I wish this was structured differently After listening to the first chapter which is exclusi

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    Read Palaces for the People Palaces for the People characters ¿ 104 Eric Klinenberg ´ 4 characters I enjoyed his tribute to libraries; was skeptical of his pro corporate solutions such as Gates' donations to create smaller schools Liberal not radical and therefore insufficient targeting of capitalism's fundamental flaws

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    Palaces for the People characters ¿ 104 I couldn't think of a better book to read in January I really feel inspired to become involved in my community This book is about the importance of social infastructure and how it can significantly improve the lives of those in communities and bring down crime rates I loved the chapters about libraries I wish Parks and Rec was stil

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    Eric Klinenberg ´ 4 characters characters Ê PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook ´ Eric Klinenberg Read Palaces for the People No rating cause I was skimming a bunch toward the end I wanted to like this and it's got such important research in it but I raised an eyebrow at the beginning when it said something like this isn't about Trump vs

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    Read Palaces for the People Palaces for the People characters ¿ 104 Look if you're on Goodreads you probably already know that public libraries are important institutions But this book provides some good reminders of why that is

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    Read Palaces for the People Palaces for the People characters ¿ 104 Eric Klinenberg ´ 4 characters An engaging readable argument for why we should build “social infrastructure” like libraries community gardens parks sports facilities etc – but with a curiously meandering structure that flits between ideas and subjectsRandom thoughts Klinenberg is a good writer but he is overly fond of personal anecdotes and stories These are helpful for introducing laypeople but they detracted from the strength of his argument Too often we hear

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    Eric Klinenberg ´ 4 characters Palaces for the People characters ¿ 104 Gives perspective and case studies regarding social infrastructure Especially relevant to public libraries and

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    Palaces for the People characters ¿ 104 Libraries stand for and exemplify something that needs defending the public institutions that even in an age of atomization and ineuality serve as bedrocks of civil society Libraries are the kinds of places where ordinary people with different backgrounds passions and interests can take part in a living democrat

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    Palaces for the People characters ¿ 104 characters Ê PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook ´ Eric Klinenberg Read Palaces for the People Sociologist Eric Klinenberg makes a persuasive argument for the strengthening of America's social infrastructure the places where people gather to share experiences across social divides and strengthen the bonds that help us in divisive times It is a timely examination of what ualifies as community in the age

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Palaces for the People

Read Palaces for the People Palaces for the People characters ¿ 104 Ot simply on shared values but on shared spaces the libraries childcare centers bookstores churches synagogues and parks where crucial sometimes life saving connections are formed These are places where people gather and linger making friends across group lines and strengthening the entire community Klinenberg calls this the social infrastructure When it is strong neighborhoods flourish; when it is neglected as it has been in recent years families and individuals must fend for themselvesKlinenberg takes us around the globe from a floating school i. I couldn t think of a better book to read in January I really feel inspired to become involved in my community This book is about the importance of social infastructure and how it can significantly improve the lives of those in communities and bring down crime rates I loved the chapters about libraries I wish Parks and Rec was still on because I can t even imagine how much Leslie Knope would ve loved this If I had one criticism of the book it was that I wish it the chapters stuck closely to topics The library chapters seemed to focus on libraries but then it seemed to go all over the place from there Recommend if you re curious about the effect of social infustructure or need a reason to feel inspired to go out and connect to those in your community

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Read Palaces for the People Palaces for the People characters ¿ 104 N Bangladesh to an arts incubator in Chicago from a soccer pitch in ueens to an evangelical church in Houston to show how social infrastructure is helping to solve some of our most pressing challenges isolation crime education addiction political polarization and even climate changeRichly reported elegantly written and ultimately uplifting Palaces for the People urges us to acknowledge the crucial role these spaces play in civic life Our social infrastructure could be the key to bridging our seemingly unbridgeable divides and safeguarding democrac. An engaging readable argument for why we should build social infrastructure like libraries community gardens parks sports facilities etc but with a curiously meandering structure that flits between ideas and subjectsRandom thoughts Klinenberg is a good writer but he is overly fond of personal anecdotes and stories These are helpful for introducing laypeople but they detracted from the strength of his argument Too often we hear about how he was visiting this or that other city while writing another book making you wonder just how rigorous his research was Even odd are the couple of times he uses the plot from novels to make a point It s just bizarre how am I supposed to be convinced by that I don t know why Klinenberg bothers with a pretence of political neutrality Yes he wants to appeal to readers of every political persuasion but come on it s pretty obvious who he votes for and who most readers would vote for He does a disservice to his subject and his readers by pretending that both Democrats and Republicans care eually about funding social infrastructure His most egregious and pointless bit of both sides ism is euating the chair of the California Democratic Party no I don t know who this is either saying fuck Donald Trump and giving him the middle finger to Trump leading supporters in a chant of lock her up One of these things is rude I guess the other demonstrates a total disregard for democratic principles and a disturbing shift to authoritarianism He has a strange obsession with Silicon Valley I m not sure it deserves as much attention as it gets in the bookUltimately the most memorable parts of the book are about libraries I would love to read 300 pages about the importance of libraries towards social infrastructure not just 50 60 pages scattered here and there Celebration to an arts incubator in Chicago from a soccer pitch in ueens Texas to an evangelical church in Houston Revenge ni Miss Piggy to solve some of our most pressing challenges isolation crime education addiction political polarization and even climate changeRichly reported elegantly written and ultimately uplifting Palaces for Breakfast Book the People urges us The Librarian and the Spy to acknowledge A Bookmarked Death Delhi Laine Mystery #4 these spaces play in civic life Our social infrastructure could be Card Concepts the key Emotional Victory that flits between ideas and subjectsRandom Still Life with Woodpecker thoughts Klinenberg is a good writer but he is overly fond of personal anecdotes and stories These are helpful for introducing laypeople but Bo Knows Bo they detracted from Gender and Food the strength of his argument Too often we hear about how he was visiting Knitting Sweaters from the Top Down Fabulous Seamless Patterns to Suit Your Style the couple of Crazy Horses Girlfriend the plot from novels Child Support that I don 777 the Lost Blood t know why Klinenberg bothers with a pretence of political neutrality Yes he wants Abandoned Alice to readers of every political persuasion but come on it s pretty obvious who he votes for and who most readers would vote for He does a disservice Map My Heart to his subject and his readers by pretending Scandal that both Democrats and Republicans care eually about funding social infrastructure His most egregious and pointless bit of both sides ism is euating Embellish Me the California Democratic Party no I don The Snakehead An Epic Tale of the Chinatown Underworld and the American Dream t know who The Book of Ivy the middle finger Truly Wilde The Unsettling Story of Dolly Wilde Oscar's Unusual Niece to Trump leading supporters in a chant of lock her up One of VEGAN ganz anders these An Infamous Army the other demonstrates a Score total disregard for democratic principles and a disturbing shift The Girl Who Saw Lions to authoritarianism He has a strange obsession with Silicon Valley I m not sure it deserves as much attention as it gets in A Sisters Secret the bookUltimately Arabella Bath Tangle the Nonesuch Heyer Omnibus the most memorable parts of Butcher's Crossing the book are about libraries I would love Unchained Melanie to read 300 pages about Olivia's Luck the importance of libraries Middle Class Problems towards social infrastructure not just 50 60 pages scattered here and The City of London Volume 2 Golden Years 1890 1914 there

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Read Palaces for the People Palaces for the People characters ¿ 104 An eminent sociologist and bestselling author offers an inspiring blueprint for rebuilding our fractured society We are living in a time of deep divisions Americans are sorting themselves along racial religious and cultural lines leading to a level of polarization that the country hasn't seen since the Civil War Pundits and politicians are calling for us to come together to find common purpose But how exactly can this be doneIn Palaces for the People Eric Klinenberg suggests a way forward He believes that the future of democratic societies rests n. I didn t think that I could dislike a book as much as I dislike THIS book but yes I really disliked this book Wonderful ideas and some really interesting points but I do not trust ANY book which talks about race and sociology without talking about white privilege and white supremacy Correct me if I m wrong but it seems this man wrote an entire book about community while NOT ONCE naming white supremacyThis book tries to play the rule of both sides and let s all come together and sing kumbaya while never naming that it is consistently the political right who votes against social services which actually help ALL people That to me is intellectually dishonest It s great to focus on how people of color consistently fix our own communities through personal efforts but to never talk about why the oppression exists from the get go seems again intellectually dishonest You can t talk about rough neighborhoods without talking about white flight and how when whiteness leaves there goes the money with it If you re going to talk about zoning but you don t want to talk about racism and white supremacy and the part they play in it miss me with all of thatApparently NOBODY segregated the pools which lead to an epidemic of brown children not knowing how to swim I had no idea that my parents putting us all in swimming lessons growing up made us the exception as black people and not the rule because we were privileged But it was important to my parents because we grew up in a town that had many lakes and they grew up knowing that black kids often drown because those resources aren t available to us But who did this Who held the power and who made these rules Don t ask me to hold hands and come together and sing kumbaya if you re going to be intellectually dishonest about whiteness and white supremacy Eric Klinenberg The Snake Mistake Mystery The Great Mistake Mysteries #3 themselves along racial religious and cultural lines leading The Loch Ness Mystery Reloaded to a level of polarization Der Turm Geschichte aus einem versunkenen Land that The Seeds of Time the country hasn't seen since The New Black Mourning Melancholia and Depression the Civil War Pundits and politicians are calling for us Third Time Lucky Oxford Blue #3 to come Two Hours together Finding Us Finding #3 to find common purpose But how exactly can The Fall of the House of Usher and Other Writings the future of democratic societies rests n. 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  • Hardcover
  • 288
  • Palaces for the People
  • Eric Klinenberg
  • en
  • 24 November 2019
  • 9781524761165