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by Robert P. McNamara

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ISBN:
0275950026
Author:
Robert P. McNamara
Category:
Social Sciences
Language:
English
Publisher:
Praeger (November 20, 1995)
Pages:
144 pages
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For more than 60 years, Times Square has reigned as one of New York's premiere tourist attractions. In recent years, an average of 20 million people visit New York City, and Times Square is a sight most do not miss

For more than 60 years, Times Square has reigned as one of New York's premiere tourist attractions. In recent years, an average of 20 million people visit New York City, and Times Square is a sight most do not miss. The reason for this is that Times Square holds something for everyone: theaters, restaurants, entertainment, and a transportation center that brings almost 400 For more than 60 years, Times Square has reigned as one of New York's premiere tourist attractions. ROBERT P. MCNAMARA is Assistant Professor of Sociology at Furman University.

This book looks at the street life of Times Square from many different angles and perspectives which allows the reader to go behind the scenes and observe the sociology of urban life

This book looks at the street life of Times Square from many different angles and perspectives which allows the reader to go behind the scenes and observe the sociology of urban life. The book is particularly strong in detailing the ethnographic method that is enjoying a resurgence in sociology. Professor of Sociology and Criminal Justice West Georgia College.

ROBERT P. For more than 60 years, Times Square has reigned as one of New York's premiere tourist attractions. The reason for this is that Times Square holds something for everyone: theaters, restaurants, entertainment, and a transportation center that brings almost 400,000 people into the city every day. For a sociologist interested in studying crime and the ways in which deviant networks and communities emerge, Times Square offers numerous opportunities.

book by Robert P. For more than 60 years, Times Square has reigned as one of New York's premiere tourist attractions

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This listing is for Sex, Scams, & Street Life : The Sociology of New .

This listing is for Sex, Scams, & Street Life : The Sociology of New York City's Times Square by Robert P. McNamara (1995, Hardcover) : Robert P. McNam. ISBN 9780275950026: All previously owned books are guaranteed to be in good condition.

The Sociology of New York City's Times Square. by Robert P. Published November 30, 1995 by Praeger Publishers. There's no description for this book yet. Whether the center can hold is a critical question in contemporary urban studies.

This book looks at the street life of Times Square from many different angles and perspectives, which allows the .

This book looks at the street life of Times Square from many different angles and perspectives, which allows the reader to go behind the scenes and observe the sociology of urban life.

For more than 60 years, Times Square has reigned as one of New York's premiere tourist attractions. In recent years, an average of 20 million people visit New York City, and Times Square is a sight most do not miss. The reason for this is that Times Square holds something for everyone: theaters, restaurants, entertainment, and a transportation center that brings almost 400,000 people into the city every day. For a sociologist interested in studying crime and the ways in which deviant networks and communities emerge, Times Square offers numerous opportunities. Because large segments of these groups pride themselves on anonymity, many researchers employ ethnographic research methods. The articles in this manuscript focus on the various aspects of Time Square using the ethnographic approach. The topics include the sex trade, drugs and drug dealing, recent redevelopment efforts, the social ecology of Times Square, and a discussion of police operations in this marketplace.