The poor black Americans refrain from network partners that undermine their integrity in awarding jobs. Drawing in in depth interviews with young men in Detroit, it is evident that Sandra Smith reconsiders culture and poverty in the society. That is why the interviews outline distrust and defensive individualism among the poor. However, they face weakness of being uneducated and having low skills in per taking the jobs. That is why they are limited from getting good jobs (Sandra, p, 1).
At the same time, there are intensive field work and survey research in the book, “City bound.” It outlines the fate of immigrants surrounding the ethnic enclaves in the inner-city, urban life and political life among Chicano youth. That is why there are extensive researches in Mexican origin teens and parents living in Richmond, California and Oakland. However, the whole segregation cannot be stopped since immigrants enter the boundaries of America through illegal ways. That is why there are insights of structural, cultural and psychological factors that affect the wellbeing of immigrants in cities around