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Divided Neighborhoods: Changing Patterns of Racial Segregation Gary A. Tobin

Divided Neighborhoods: Changing Patterns of Racial Segregation

Gary A. Tobin

Published October 1st 1987
ISBN : 9780803926707
Hardcover
288 pages
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To what extent has racial segregation -- in housing, education and other public services -- persisted over the last two decades? Have patterns of segregation changed in response to urban development? Divided Neighborhoods is a comprehensive study ofMoreTo what extent has racial segregation -- in housing, education and other public services -- persisted over the last two decades? Have patterns of segregation changed in response to urban development? Divided Neighborhoods is a comprehensive study of an important and topical issue. It shows how racial segregation has been affected by gentrification, redevelopment, the emergence of suburbs and the growth of new minorities. The role of government -- both national and local -- is also examined in detail.