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American Neighborhoods and Residential Differentiation (The Population of the United States in the 1980s: A Census Monograph Ser.)

by White, Michael J

Condition: Near Fine/Very Good

New York, NY, U.S.A.: Russell Sage Foundation, 1987. This volume, part of a series prepared for the National Committee for Research on the 1980 Census, uses census data, with its uniquely detailed information on small geographic areas, to bring into focus the concept of neighborhood; it examines nearly 6000 census tracts (approximating neighborhoods) in 21 representative metropolitan areas; the author finds patterns and traces them over time, showing, for example, how racial segregation has declined modestly while socioeconomic segregation remains constant, and how population diffusion gradually affects neighborhood composition; includes over 90 tables and figures, two methodological appendices, and bibliography (tear in dust jacket fold repaired, otherwise a near-perfect copy). First Edition. Hard Cover. Near Fine/Very Good.



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