Synopses & Reviews
This brief, readable supplement asks the question, "How do communities which are as distinct as Boston's Beacon Hill and Chicago's South Side form in diverse urban areas and why?"
This text examines six diverse enclaves, each representing an important type of enclave. Enclaves are distinguished based upon the social class, race, ethnicity, religion, and sexual orientation of the residents. The introductory chapter explores attachments and identities of a group.