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Mary Pattillo-McCoy

Mary Pattillo’s areas of interest include race and ethnicity (specifically the black middle class), urban sociology, and qualitative methods. Pattillo uses the city of Chicago as her laboratory and strives to be an expert in Chicago history, politics, and social life. In her book, Black Picket Fences (University of Chicago Press, 1999), Pattillo investigates the economic, spatial, and cultural forces that affect child-rearing and youth socialization in a black middle class neighborhood on Chicago’s South Side. Black Picket Fences won the Oliver Cromwell Cox Best Book Award from the American Sociological Association.

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