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Abstract Attempts to nurture community self‐help in deprived urban neighborhoods currently follow the “third sector” route of developing existing community‐based groups. Here, the implications and legitimacy of pursuing this public policy approach in relation to British deprived urban...
Abstract This paper works through some of the epistemological and methodological consequences of an unreflexive use of white suburbs as the expected residential destination in U.S. spatial assimilation research. Foregrounding immigrant suburbanization in spatial assimilation occludes alternative...
Abstract In a Chicago neighborhood made up of different racial and economic groups, nearly everyone claims to value diversity. Yet, this powerful and plastic symbol can influence political activity in opposite directions. An ethnographic study of the neighborhood shows how three different...
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