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H O U S I N G

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Paige Trinter

on 24 October 2016

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Transcript of H O U S I N G


W H A T D O E S T H I S M E A N ?
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Conflict
- Exploitation
- Competition for resources

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Functionalist
- Equilibrium
- Close the gap between tenants and landlords
- Mutual dependency

B E T T E R H O M E S & G A R D E N S
- Shows disparity between Michael's old and new neighborhoods

T H E B L I N D S I D ET
E V I C T E D
- "No one thought the poor more undeserving than the poor themselves." (182)

- In order to make a change, need to unify
- Don't want to identify as "poor"

- "A community that saw so clearly its own pain had a difficult time also sensing its potential." (184)

- Many too concerned with their own problems to help others

- Impersonal tenant-landlord relationship ($$$)
H O U S I N G
M E D I A
R E S E A R C H
S O C I O L O G I C A L P E R S P E C T I V E S
R E S E A R C H
MADDIE M, SAMMY B, & PAIGE T
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F U N C T I O N A L I S T
C O N F L I C T
-Offers protection

-Creates community/relationships

-Sign of status based on size, location, and price

-Survival of the fittest

-Equilibrium/interdependence

"All organisms have a role, but cannot function alone. If one organ fails, other organs will fill the role." -Durkheim
-Offers protection

-Exploitation of lower class

-Unbalanced and unevenly distributed

-Competition and conflict between classes and within the classes (causes constant change)

-Housing can be used to wrongly justify some actions


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"For Tenants Facing Eviction, New York May Guarantee a Lawyer"

- NYC would be the first in the US to provide this service

- 70% of low income tenants lack legal aid

- Making 200% below federal poverty line qualifies

- $200+ million annual cost
"The house or apartment that you live in is ideal for you and your family."
"The city or area where you live is a perfect place for you."
- Ideal upper-middle class homes

- 4th best selling magazine in US



Blacks are less likely than other races to see city as perfect place for them.
Blacks are less likely than other racial and ethnic groups to see house as ideal.
W H A T D O E S T H I S M E A N ?
B E T T E R H O M E S & G A R D E N S
T H E B L I N D S I D E
- Shows disparity between Michael's old and new neighborhoods
- May solve the problem of exploitation of tenant by landlord

- Housing prices rising due to higher demand

- Goal is to obtain more balance

- Mutual dependency
-Income not taken into proportion.
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Other factors
can affect whether an individual feels either their city or their home is right for them.
-"Ideal house" varies from person to person.
-Observing a home as ideal, proposes that the individual has a strong ties to the community and financial security.

http://www.nytimes.com/2016/09/27/nyregion/legal-aid-tenants-in-new-york-housing-court.html?_r=0
Are homeowners or renters more worried about paying rent, mortgage and other housing costs?
Conclusion:
Renters are
twice as likely
as homeowners to say they worry about not being able to pay their housing costs.
Lower income= rent; Higher income= homeowners
Overall: renters worry more about payment than homeowners at all income levels
Homeowners- stable housing payments
Rental payments- current market conditions
Mortgage payments- home values at the time home was purchased
Financial burdens beyond household income
http://www.gallup.com/poll/191102/renters-worry-homeowners-housing-costs.aspx?g_source=good%20homes&g_medium=search&g_campaign=tiles
http://www.gallup.com/poll/188714/blacks-least-likely-among-racial-groups-say-home-ideal.aspx?g_source=blacks%20least%20likely%20among%20US&g_medium=search&g_campaign=tiles
Whether or not different racial groups percieved their home as ideal or not.
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