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Privilege, Power, and Place

The Geography of the American Upper Class



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Privilege, Power, and Place by Stephen R. Higley
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In the first analytical study of where the American upper-class lives and vacations, Stephen R. Higley explores the ways in which upper-class residential places are created and maintained. Drawing on the Social Register as a main source of data, Higley examines the intersection of class, status, and geography, and demonstrates the ways in which physical proximity solidifies upper-class consciousness.

Author Biography

Stephen R. Higley is assistant professor of geography at the University of Montevallo in Birmingham, AL.
Release date Australia
April 11th, 1995
Country of Publication
United States
Rowman & Littlefield
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