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Witzig 9. Traurig 8. Eigenwillig 6. On June 21, , Heinrich Himmler issued a decree ordering the dissolution of all ghettos in the East and their transformation into Nazi concentration camps.
Jewish populations were confined to mellahs in Morocco beginning from the 15th century and especially since the early 19th century.
In cities, a mellah was surrounded by a wall with a fortified gateway. Usually, the Jewish quarter was situated near the royal palace or the residence of the governor in order to protect its inhabitants from recurring riots.
In contrast, rural mellahs were separate villages inhabited solely by the Jews. The Shanghai Ghetto was an area of approximately one square mile in the Hongkou District of Japanese-occupied Shanghai to which about 20, Jewish refugees were relocated by the Japanese-issued Proclamation Concerning Restriction of Residence and Business of Stateless Refugees , after having fled from German-occupied Europe before and during World War II.
The development of ghettos in the United States is closely associated with different waves of immigration and internal urban migration.
The Irish and German immigrants of the midth century were the first ethnic groups to form ethnic enclaves in United States cities. This was followed by large numbers of immigrants from Southern and Eastern Europe, including many Italians and Poles between and These ethnic ghetto areas included the Lower East Side in Manhattan, New York , which later became notable as predominantly Jewish , and East Harlem , which was once predominantly Italian and became home to a large Puerto Rican community in the s.
Little Italys across the country were predominantly Italian ghettos. Many Polish immigrants moved to sections like Pilsen of Chicago and Polish Hill of Pittsburgh.
Brighton Beach in Brooklyn is the home of mostly Russian and Ukrainian immigrants. During the Great Depression, many people would congregate in large open parking lots.
They built shelters out of whatever materials they could find at the time. These congregations of shelters were also called "ghettos. A commonly used definition of a ghetto is a community distinguished by a homogeneous race or ethnicity.
Additionally, a key feature that developed throughout the post-industrial era and continues to symbolize the demographics of American ghettos is the prevalence of poverty.
Poverty constitutes the separation of ghettos from other, suburbanized or private neighborhoods. The high percentage of poverty partly justifies the difficulty of emigration , which tends to reproduce constraining social opportunities and inequalities in society.
Urban areas in the U. Many of these neighborhoods are located in Northern and Western cities where African-Americans moved during the Great Migration — , a period when over a million  African-Americans moved out of the rural southern United States to escape the widespread racism of the South; to seek out employment opportunities in urban environments; and to pursue what was widely perceived to be a better quality of life in the North and West, such as New York City , Detroit , Cleveland , Chicago , Pittsburgh , Los Angeles , Oakland , Portland , and Seattle.
Two main factors ensured further separation between races and classes, and ultimately the development of contemporary ghettos: the relocation of industrial enterprises, and the movement of middle to upper class residents into suburban neighborhoods.
Between and , economic restructuring resulted in a dramatic decline of manufacturing jobs. The once thriving northern and western industrial cities directed a shift to service occupations and in combination with the movement of middle-class families and other businesses to the suburbs , left much economic devastation in the inner cities.
Consequently, African-Americans were disproportionately affected and became either unemployed or underemployed with little wage and reduced benefits.
Accordingly, a concentration of African-Americans was established in the inner city neighborhoods. It is also significant to compare the demographic patterns between black people and European immigrants, according to the labor market.
European immigrants and African-Americans were both subject to an ethnic division of labor, and consequently African-Americans have predominated in the least secure division of the labor market.
David Ward refers to this stagnant position in African-American or Black ghettos as the 'elevator' model, which implies that each group of immigrants or migrants takes turns in the processes of social mobility and suburbanization; and several groups did not start on the ground floor.
The inability of black people to move from the ground floor, as Ward suggests, is dependent upon prejudice and segregationist patterns experienced in the South prior to World War I.
After the exodus of African-Americans to the North during and after World War I, the range of occupations in the North was further altered by the settlement of European immigrants; thus, African-Americans were diminished to unskilled jobs.
The slow rate of advancement in black communities outlines the rigidity of the labor market, competition and conflict, adding another dimension to the prevalence of poverty and social instability in African-American or Black ghettos.
In the years following World War II, many white Americans began to move away from inner cities to newer suburban communities, a process known as white flight.
White flight occurred, in part, as a response to black people moving into white urban neighborhoods. In contrast to this, the same period in history marked a massive suburban expansion available primarily to whites of both wealthy and working-class backgrounds, facilitated through highway construction and the availability of federally subsidized home mortgages VA , FHA , Home Owners' Loan Corporation.
These made it easier for families to buy new houses in the suburbs, but not to rent apartments in cities. The United States began restructuring its economy after World War II, fueled by new globalizing processes, and demonstrated through technological advances and improvements in efficiency.
The structural shift of , during the post-Fordist era, became a large component to the racial ghetto and its relationship with the labor market.
Sharon Zukin declares the designated stratum of African-Americans in the labor force was placed even below the working class; low-skill urban jobs were now given to incoming immigrants from Mexico or the Caribbean.
Additionally, Zukin notes, "Not only have social services been drastically reduced, punitive and other social controls over the poor have been increased," such as law enforcement and imprisonment.
In addition, the International Encyclopedia of Social Sciences stresses the various challenges developed by this "urban crisis", including:  : The cumulative economic and social forces in ghettos give way to social, political and economic isolation and inequality, while indirectly defining a separation between superior and inferior status of groups.
In response to the influx of black people from the South, banks, insurance companies, and businesses began denying or increasing the cost of services, such as banking , insurance , access to jobs,  access to health care , or even supermarkets  to residents in certain, often racially determined,  areas.
The most devastating form of redlining , and the most common use of the term, refers to mortgage discrimination. Data on house prices and attitudes toward integration suggest that in the mid-twentieth century, segregation was a product of collective actions taken by non-black people to exclude black people from outside neighborhoods.
The "Racial" Provisions of the FHA Underwriting Manual of included the following guidelines which exacerbated the segregation issue:.
Recommended restrictions should include provision for: prohibition of the occupancy of properties except by the race for which they are intended Schools should be appropriate to the needs of the new community and they should not be attended in large numbers by inharmonious racial groups.
This meant that ethnic minorities could secure mortgage loans only in certain areas, and it resulted in a large increase in the residential racial segregation and urban decay in the United States.
For example, Birmingham, Alabama 's interstate highway system attempted to maintain the racial boundaries that had been established by the city's racial zoning law.
The construction of interstate highways through black neighborhoods in the city led to significant population loss in those neighborhoods and is associated with an increase in neighborhood racial segregation.
Following the emergence of anti-discrimination policies in housing and labor sparked by the civil rights movement , members of the black middle class moved out of the ghetto.
The Fair Housing Act was passed in This was the first federal law that outlawed discrimination in the sale and rental of housing on the basis of race, color, national origin, religion and later sex, familial status, and disability.
The Office of Fair Housing and Equal Opportunity was charged with administering and enforcing the law. Since housing discrimination became illegal, new housing opportunities were made available to the black community and many left the ghetto.
Urban sociologists frequently title this historical event as "black middle class exodus", or black flight.
Elijah Anderson describes a process by which members of the black middle class begin to distance themselves socially and culturally from ghetto residents during the later half of the twentieth century, "eventually expressing this distance by literally moving away.
Two dominant theories arise pertaining to the production and development of U. First are the race-based theorists, who argue the importance of race in ghettos.
Their analysis consists of the dominant racial group in the U. White Anglo-Saxon Protestants and their use of certain racist tactics in order to maintain their hegemony over black people and lengthen their spatial separation.
Race-based theorists offset other arguments that focus on the influence of the economy on segregation.
More contemporary research of race-based theorists is to frame a range of methods conducted by white Americans to "preserve race-based residential inequities" as a function of the dominantly white, state-run government.
Involving uneven development, mortgage and business discrimination and disinvestment—U. The more dominant view, on the other hand, is represented by class-based theorists.
Such theories confirm class to be more important than race in the structuring of U. Although racial concentration is a key signifier for ghettos, class-based theorists emphasize the role and impact of broader societal structures in the creation of African-American or Black ghettos.
Dynamics of low-wage service and unemployment triggered from deindustrialization , and the intergenerational diffusion of status within families and neighborhoods, for instance, prove the rise in socioeconomic polarization between classes to be the creator of American ghetto; not racism.
Ghettos, in short, instill a cultural adaptation to social and class-based inequalities, reducing the ability of future generations to mobilize or migrate.
An alternative theory put forward by Thomas Sowell in Black Rednecks and White Liberals asserts that modern urban black ghetto culture is rooted in the white Cracker culture of the North Britons and Scots-Irish who migrated from the generally lawless border regions of Britain to the American South, where they formed a redneck culture common to both black and white people in the antebellum South.
Characteristics of this culture included lively music and dance, violence, unbridled emotions, flamboyant imagery, illegitimacy, religious oratory marked by strident rhetoric, and a lack of emphasis on education and intellectual interests.
Contemporary African-American or Black ghettos are characterized by an overrepresentation of a particular ethnicity or race, vulnerability to crime, social problems, governmental reliance and political disempowerment.
Sharon Zukin explains that through these reasons, society rationalizes the term "bad neighborhoods. Another characteristic to African-American or Black ghettos and spatial separation is the dependence on the state, and lack of communal autonomy ; Sharon Zukin refers to Brownsville, Brooklyn , as an example.
This relationship between racial ghettos and the state is demonstrated through various push and pull features, implemented through government subsidized investments, which certainly assisted the movement of white Americans into the suburbs after World War II.
Since the s, after the de-constitution of the inner cities, African-American or Black ghettos have attempted to reorganize or reconstitute; in effect, they are increasingly regarded as public- and state-dependent communities.
Brownsville, for instance, initiated the constitution of community-established public housing, anti-poverty organizations, and social service facilities—all, in their own way, depend on state resources.
However, certain dependence contradicts society's desires to be autonomous actors in the market. Moreover, Zukin implies, "the less 'autonomous' the community—in its dependence on public schools, public housing and various subsidy programs—the greater the inequity between their organizations and the state, and the less willing residents are to organize.
The lack of autonomy and growing dependence on the state, especially in a neoliberal economy, remains a key indicator to the production as well as the prevalence of African-American or Black ghettos, particularly due to the lack of opportunities to compete in the global market.
The concept of the ghetto and underclass has faced criticism both theoretically and empirically. Research has shown significant differences in resources for neighborhoods with similar populations both across cities and over time.
The cause of these differences in resources across similar neighborhoods has more to do with dynamics outside of the neighborhood. Despite mainstream America's use of the term ghetto to signify a poor, culturally or racially homogenous urban area, those living in the area often used it to signify something positive.
The black ghettos did not always contain dilapidated houses and deteriorating projects, nor were all of its residents poverty-stricken.
For many African-Americans, the ghetto was "home": a place representing authentic blackness and a feeling, passion, or emotion derived from rising above the struggle and suffering of being black in America.
Langston Hughes relays in his "Negro Ghetto" and "The Heart of Harlem" poems: . The buildings in Harlem are brick and stone And the streets are long and wide, But Harlem's much more than these alone, Harlem is what's inside.
Playwright August Wilson uses the term "ghetto" in Ma Rainey's Black Bottom and Fences , both of which draw upon the author's experience growing up in the Hill District of Pittsburgh, a black ghetto.
Recently the word "ghetto" has been used in slang as an adjective rather than a noun. It is used to indicate an object's relation to the inner city and also more broadly to denote something that is shabby or of low quality.
While "ghetto" as an adjective can be used derogatorily, the African-American or Black community, particularly the hip hop scene, has taken the word for themselves and begun using it in a more positive sense that transcends its derogatory origins.
In , Geographical Review claimed "The degree of residential segregation of the black community is greater than for any other group in urban America, yet black people have not had the political power necessary to exercise any significant degree of control over the improvement of the basic services necessary for their health, education, and welfare.
American ghettos also bring attention to geographical and political barriers, and as Doreen Massey highlights, that racial segregation in African-American or Black ghettos challenge America's democratic foundations.
A gay village also known as a gay neighbourhood or gayborhood , gay enclave , gay village , gaytto , " Boystown " is a geographical area with generally recognized boundaries, inhabited or frequented by a large number of lesbian , gay , bisexual , and transgender LGBT people.
Unlike other ghettos, gay villages can be created by the LGBT community as an act of self-protection or even gentrification. Gay villages often contain a number of gay-oriented establishments, such as gay bars and pubs, nightclubs , bathhouses , restaurants , boutiques , and bookstores.
There are many Roma ghettos in the European Union. In Northern Ireland , towns and cities have long been segregated along ethnic, religious and political lines.
The two main communities of Northern Ireland are:. Ghettos emerged in Belfast during the riots that accompanied the Irish War of Independence.
For safety, people fled to areas where their community was the majority. Many more ghettos emerged after the riots and beginning of the " Troubles.
The government built barriers called " peace lines. One of the most notable ghettos was Free Derry. The existence of ethnic enclaves in the United Kingdom is controversial.
Southall Broadway , a predominantly Asian area in London , where less than 12 percent of the population is white , has been cited as an example of a 'ghetto', but in reality the area is home to a number of different ethnic groups and religious groups.
Analysis of data from Census revealed that only two wards in England and Wales , both in Birmingham , had one dominant non-white ethnic group comprising more than two-thirds of the local population, but there were 20 wards where whites were a minority making up less than a third of the local population.
The Danish government sometimes used the word ghetto to describe particularly vulnerable public housing areas in the country.
In , the population of Denmark was 5. The population proportion of 'ghetto residents' with non-Western background was In June a new social democratic government was formed in Denmark, with Kaare Dybvad becoming housing minister.
He stated that the new government would stop using the word "ghetto" for vulnerable housing areas, as it is both imprecise and derogatory.
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