Growing Up Global examines global change through children’s lives in two seemingly disparate places: New York City and Sudan. The book’s core is a study of children in a Sudanese village that was included in a state-sponsored agricultural program. Shifting her focus to working-class families in New York City, Cindi Katz exposes connections with the Sudanese in the effects of a capitalist environment on children.
Subjects: Population Studies
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