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It is implicit in the literature on neighborhood satisfaction that individuals or groups of people have different standards for evaluating the quality of their neighborhoods—different standards being the result of differences in past experiences or adaptations to present circumstances. However,...
Gentrification and black suburbanization represent relatively recent population shifts that are at variance with long-standing demographic trends. The political implications of these shifts are considered by exploring the factors that influence the extent to which racial newcomers become...
The influence that political ideology and demographic and professional factors exert on the propensity of city managers to educate the city council concerning their own positions on distributive urban policy issues is investigated in this article. Political ideology appears to be the strongest...
Fear and reactions to crime have been identified as important factors shaping our communities. In response to local crime, people can become fearful of personal victimization and avoid potentially threatening situations. This response can have an atomizing effect on communities leading to...
Changes and differences in housing quality for blacks and whites in the United States between 1960 and 1978 were examined using data from the Annual Housing Surveys for the years 1974 and 1978, and from the one-in-one-thousand sample Public Use File from the 1960 Census. There were substantial...
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