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    Title: Racial residential segregation and the concentration of low-and-high-income households in the 45 largest U.S. metropolitan areas
    Authors: Ji, Shun-jie;Darden, J-T;Bagaka's, J-G
    Contributors: 淡江大學未來學研究所
    Date: 1997-12
    Issue Date: 2011-08-21 23:38:31 (UTC+8)
    Publisher: Mathura Rd: Sage Publications
    Abstract: The objectives of this paper are to determine the relationship between racial residential segregation and (1) the spatial concentration of low- and high-income households, and (2) the socioeconomic characteristics of racial minority households. The three largest racial minority groups are compared (blacks, Hispanics, and Asians) in the largest 45 metropolitan areas in the United States. Data were obtained from the U.S. bureau of the Census' Population and Housing Summary Tape files. The results revealed that residential segregation of blacks was distinctly different from Asians and Hispanics. Moreover, for Asians and Hispanics, their socioeconomic characteristics matter in their level of residential segregation. For black households, however, their socioeconomic characteristics matter little.
    Relation: Journal of developing societies 13(2), pp.171-194
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