All Our Kin: Strategies for Survival in a Black Community Chapter Abstracts for Teachers

Carol B. Stack
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Introduction

* Carol Stack begins studying the poor black families of the Flats.

* In past studies people had found the people they would study by going to the leaders of the community.

* The problem with this was that the people being studied would ended up being the pillars of the community.

* Stack decides that she will find the families that she is going to study on her own, and not use other people to help her find her subjects.

* All research that Stack did in her study was through interviews with her subjects.

* Stack changed the names of her participants and the name of the city.

* The research is biased because of Stack's beliefs and her subjects beliefs.

* Stack spent three years living in the Flats so she could get a better understanding of her subjects perceptions and beliefs.

Chapter 1: The Flats

* The Flats is the poorest community in...

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