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Ethnic and Class Clustering through the Ages: A Transdisciplinary Approach to Urban Neighborhood Social Patterns

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Type: Conference Paper
Author: York, Abigail M.; Smith, Michael E.; Novic, Juliana; Stanley, Benjamin; Boone, Christopher; Cowgill, George; Harlan, Sharon; Stark, Barbara
Conference: Workshop on the Workshop 4
Location: Indiana University Bloomington
Conf. Date: June 3-6, 2009
Date: 2009
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10535/764
Sector: Social Organization
Urban Commons
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Subject(s): urban affairs
social behavior
culture
neighborhoods
Abstract: From pg. 3: "In this paper we describe the initial stage of an ongoing transdisciplinary research project that attempts to forge a new approach to questions of the existence, variation, social context, and causes of social clustering within urban settings. We take a broad perspective by looking at cities from the present back to their beginnings in the Urban Revolution. Our point of departure is the notion that all cities share a set of basic social dynamics that permits comparative analysis of urban life using a wide perspective."

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