The Conflict Perspective of the under Privileged: In "There Are No Children Here" by Alex Kotlowitz.
In "There Are No Children Here", Alex Kotlowitz writes a powerful, sometimes discouraging but always hopeful book. Alex Portrays two inner city brothers, who live in a world of crime, poverty, and with little hope for an adequate education, equal housing, and a safe community. Lafeyette and Pharoah demonstrate how structural forces control the poor. The education of Pharoah and Lafeyette proves inadequate to any human standards. Gangs also confirm that structural forces control the poor. Finally, the boy's housing authority works as a fake philanthropist and crushes their family life. The…
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