Newman, katherine s 1999, no shame in my game : the working poor in the inner city / katherine s newman knopf and the russell sage foundation new york wikipedia citation please see wikipedia's template documentation for further citation fields that may be required. Newman's message is clear and timely --the philadelphia inquirer in no shame in my game, harvard anthropologist katherine newman gives voice to a population click to receive personalized book recommendations daily.
An estimate of 21% of new yorkers are considered poor in america 462 million people are living in poverty citywide income mean ranges from $8,993 (lowest 5th percentile) to $222, 871 (highest 5th percentile) and the top 5% of new yorkers earning $436, 931.
Harvard anthropologist newman (declining fortunes: the withering of the american dream, 1993, etc) authors a pathbreaking study of a neglected group of americans: those who work yet remain mired in poverty.
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Ks newman, a sociologist at princeton university, wrote no shame in my game (1999), an ethnography portraying the paradigm of the working poor in inner city new york (specifically harlem) newman communicated years of research (in-depth interviews, onsite observation, and participant observation) in a very logical, easy to understand manner.