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Changing Urban Populations: Regional Restructuring, Racial Polarization, & Poverty Concentration: A Reprint from “Cityscape: A Journal of Policy Development & Research
Changing Urban Populations: Regional Restructuring, Racial Polarization, & Poverty Concentration: A Reprint from “Cityscape: A Journal of Policy Development & Research
 
Our Price: $20.00
Year: 1995
Pages: 66
Binding Paperback

Product Code: 0788188992

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William H. Frey & Elaine L. Fielding. The contexts for urban demographic change in the U.S. have led to sharper divisions in the growth prospects, diversity profiles, & economic structures across broad regions of the country as well as within metropolitan areas. Understanding the changing population profiles of urban America, with its increasing number of immigrants & growing diversity imposed upon a background of racial & income polarization, is a necessary first step in meeting the challenge of diversity. This report focuses on the forces that shape key demographic trends across regions & in metropolitan areas. Shows how these trends have led to disparities in growth & decline, racial polarization, & poverty concentration.

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