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The housing tenure adjustments of U.S. households which have recently moved are analyzed as a function of the chronological age of the household head and the intra- metropolitan location of the occupied dwelling unit. Emphasized is the tenure adjustment pattern of the elderly population. While...
The purpose of this paper is to determine which of a selected number of factors in the urban environment are important in influencing the priorities and goals mayors espouse for their cities. Mayors are often deemed influential in community politics; however, little is known about what shapes...
The research reported here examines the neighborhood distribution of park and library services in Houston. The analysis reveals that inequalities in distribution on the basis of race and wealth are dispersed rather than cumulative. The distribution of park acreage and facilities is equal while...
Can the character of urban life and social interaction be decisively shaped by physical and social planning? This paper examines new towns in Britain, the United States, and the USSR, and finds that, although Soviet and western planners seek differing patterns of urban life, even the most...
This article analyzes the changing relationship between the aggregate demographic characteristics of cities, their investment in policing, and officially reported rates of crime. The data are for the nation's 32 largest cities, for the years 1946-1970. Analysis reveals that 1970 data support...
This research concerns the extent to which previously vacated industrial building space in Chicago's black community has been reclaimed by industrial and other uses. It encompasses a survey of 209 documented vacancies. Findings reveal that about one-half of the surveyed industrial building...
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