The “American middle class” after 2008 : subjective, objective, financial, fictitious, foreclosed?

In Dispossessed, Noelle Stout takes us on a journey into the experience of foreclosure in the US after 2008, inviting us to witness the “death of an imagined social tie, a severed bond that homeowners, since World War II, had relied upon to define their moral standing and social status”

par Horacio Ortiz

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