Saturday, January 29, 2005

Human Impact Study

New York Magazine, in the January 24, 2005 issue, notes: "The artists commissioned sociologist Kenneth Clark to study New Yorkers' attitudes toward the project. He interviewed 660 people and found, among other things, that The Gates was more popular among poor than among the rich." (http://newyorkmetro.com/nymetro/arts/features/10896/)

Interesting, if true. I'd like to read Clark's study for myself. I googled it, but couldn't find it. Wonder how he's defining "poor" and "rich" here?

~ jessie

1 Comments:

Blogger steve said...

If he is the same Kenneth Clark who did the studies used in Brown v. Board, he is in his late 80s.

You can email jok at christojeanneclaude.net to ask for more info about it or them to post it on their website.

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