City & Community Vol. 17 No. 3

Vol. 17 No. 3 is now out.

Symposium

Reflections on the Uses of Census Data: Looking to 2020

Relying on the Census in Urban Social Science

  • John R. Logan

Going Small: Urban Social Science in the Era of Big Data City & Community Forum on Census Data

  • Robert M. Adelman

Census Data and its Use in the Study of Residential Inequality

  • Samantha Friedman

Problems, Puzzles, and the Production of Knowledge: Harnessing Census Data in the Age of Trump

  • Karyn Lacy

Articles

Ethnography, Neighborhood Effects, and the Rising Heterogeneity of Poor Neighborhoods across Cities

  • Mario L. Small
  • Robert A. Manduca
  • William R. Johnston

A Decomposition of Trends in Blacks’ and Whites’ Exposure to Other‐Race Neighbors, 2001–2011

  • Ying Huang
  • Scott J. South
  • Amy Spring
  • Kyle Crowder

Eclipsing Community? Neighborhood Disadvantage, Social Mechanisms, and Neighborly Attitudes and Behaviors

  • Gregory Sharp

Opportunity for Whom? The Diverse Definitions of Neighborhood Opportunity in Baltimore

  • Willow S. Lung‐Amam
  • Elijah Knaap
  • Casey Dawkins
  • Gerrit‐Jan Knaap

Regulating Landlords: Unintended Consequences for Poor Tenants

  • Meredith Greif

The Racial Composition of Neighborhoods and Local Schools: The Role of Diversity, Inequality, and School Choice

  • Kendra Bischoff
  • Laura Tach

White Integration or Segregation? The Racial and Ethnic Transformation of Rural and Small Town America

  • Daniel T. Lichter
  • Domenico Parisi
  • Michael C. Taquino

The Connection between Neighboring and Volunteering

  • John Wilson
  • Joonmo Son

Neighborhoods as Arenas of Conflict in the Neoliberal City: Practices of Boundary Making Between “Us” and “Them”

  • Maria‐Luisa Mendez

Neighborhood Diversity and the Rise of Artist Hotspots: Exploring the Creative Class Thesis Through a Neighborhood Change Lens

  • Corina Graif

Differential Returns?: Neighborhood Attainment among Hispanic and Non‐Hispanic White New Legal Permanent Residents

  • Ilana Redstone Akresh
  • Reanne Frank

Gendering Residential Space: From Squatter and Slum Housing to the Apartment Estates in Turkish Renewal Projects

  • Tahire Erman
  • Burcu Hatiboğlu

Mobile but Stuck: Multigenerational Neighborhood Decline and Housing Search Strategies for African Americans

  • Nora E. Taplin‐Kaguru

Identifying the Urban: Resident Perceptions of Community Character and Local Institutions in Eight Metropolitan Areas

  • Chase M. Billingham
  • Shelley McDonough Kimelberg

Political Fit as a Component of Neighborhood Preference and Satisfaction

  • James G. Gimpel
  • Iris Hui

The Role of Social Media in Collective Processes of Place Making: A Study of Two Neighborhood Blogs in Amsterdam

  • Pieter Breek
  • Joke Hermes
  • Jasper Eshuis
  • Hans Mommaas

Book Reviews

Gentrifier, by John Joe Schlichtman, Jason Patch, and Marc Lamont Hill. Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 2017. ISBN: 9781442650459; 242 pp. $30 hardcover.

  • Alfredo Huante

The Help‐Yourself City: Legitimacy & Inequality in DIY Urbanism, by Gordon C. C. Douglas. New York: Oxford University Press, 2018. ISBN: 9780190691325; 264 pp. $29.95 paperback.

  • Oli Mould

Race and the Politics of Deception: The Making of an American City, by Christopher Mele. New York: NYU Press, 2017. ISBN: 9781479880430; 208 pp. $27 paperback.

  • Prentiss A. Dantzler

Beyond the Map: Unruly Enclaves, Ghostly Places, Emerging Lands, and Our Search for New Utopias, by Alastair Bonnett. Chicago, IL: University of Chicago Press, 2018. ISBN: 978‐0‐2265‐1384‐3; 304 pp. $25 hardcover.

  • Siqi Tu

 

 

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