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Previous research into the community innovation process has tended to emphasize either intercommunity information flows and imitation or local need and political factors. This paper presents a conceptualization incorporating both sets of factors and stressing, in particular, the distinction...
Urban transportation planning is discussed as an object lesson demonstrating both the limits of economic reasoning as a guide to public policy, and the degree to which profes sional planners can conventionalize subjective judgments which are then insinuated into policy advice under the guise of...
This study critically examines the measurement of the Comprehensive Employment and Training Act's key allocation variable, unemployment. The analysis indicates that (1) actual unemployment rates during the study period (September-November 1975) in the research site (City of St. Louis), as...
This paper formulates and tests a causal model of racial violence in the public schools using data from a sample of 119 American cities. The results tend to support three conclu sions regarding the outbreak of school disorders during the latter 1960s. First, the data suggest that the causes of...
This paper examines four major concerns regarding functional responsibilities in Ameri can cities. They are: (1) to describe the variation in functional responsibilities (i.e., service functions) of cities; (2) to observe some of the regional, structural, and demographic correlates of the...
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