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  • Life in Poverty Neighbourhoodsby Jürgen Friedrichs; George Galster; Sako Musterd

    Taylor and Francis 2013; US$ 54.95

    In contemporary European and American urban policy and politics and in academic research it is typically assumed that spatial concentrations of poor households and/or ethnic minority households will have negative effects upon the opportunities to improve the social conditions of those who are living in these concentrations. Since the level of concentration... more...

  • Quantifying Neighbourhood Effectsby Jorg Blasius; Jurgen Friedrichs; George Galster

    Taylor and Francis 2013; US$ 160.00

    Many policies in several Western European countries and the U.S. aim to counter spatial concentrations of deprivation and create more socio-economically mixed residential areas. Such policies are founded on the belief that neighbourhoods have a strong and independent effect upon the well-being and life-chances of individuals. The adequacy of the evidence... more...

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