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International migration review 31 4 , , American journal of Sociology 78 2 , , Articles 1—20 Show more. Help Privacy Terms. Symbolic ethnicity: The future of ethnic groups and cultures in America HJ Gans Ethnic and racial studies 2 1 , , Popular culture and high culture: An analysis and evaluation of taste H Gans Basic books , The War against the Poor. The Underclass and Antipoverty Policy. Urbanism and suburbanism as ways of life: A reevaluation of definitions H Gans.

Qualitative Res Action 6, , Symbolic ethnicity and symbolic religiosity: Towards a comparison of ethnic and religious acculturation HJ Gans Ethnic and Racial Studies 17 4 , , The participant-observer as a human being: Observations on the personal aspects of field work HJ Gans Institutions and the Person, ,


Urbanism and suburbanism as ways of life

Gans describes the diffusion and establishment of Urban and Suburban structures as based on life cycles of individuals and the choices they are susceptible to making. He bases the corollary fabric of this structure as a hiearchical construct with particularities in trans-interactions. He classifies interactions as being primary, quasi-primary, and secondary. The Suburbia then is a shift away from the Volk conscious Gemeinschaft where a normative primary relationship dominates, as well as from the dreaded Gesselschaft by Wirth , where the marked anonymity of individuals, and coolness in their secondary-type relationship contracts make them susceptible to a desensitizing, nonchalant, humanistically counterthetical lifestyle that invoke the qualities of decadence. In the peculiar times of Wirth the sparring ideas of Capitalism and National Socialism had made exactly this visceral Gesselschaft an identity statement in justification of respective pursuits and compulsions.

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