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urban social geography, residential segregation, immigration and socioeconomic neighborhood inequality in multi-racial societies
class and racial conflict and community building in Detroit
Darden, J.T. Rahbar, Mohammad, Jezierski, Louise, Li, Min and Velie, Ellen (2010): The Measurement of Neighborhood Socioeconomic Characteristics and Black and White Residential Segregation in Metropolitan Detroit: Implications for the Study of Social Disparities in Health “Annals of the Association of American Geographers 100 (1): 137 – 158.
Darden, J.T. & Cristaldi, F. (2011)The Impact of Immigration Policies on Transnational Filipino Women: A Comparison of Their Social and Spatial Incorporation in Rome and Toronto Journal of Urban History (5), 694-709.
Grady, S. & Darden, J.T. (2012) “Racial Residential Segregation, Neighborhood Socioeconomic Inequality and Racial Health Disparities in the United States” Annals of the Association of American Geographers 102 (5) 922-931.
Vojnovic, I., & Darden, J. T. (2013). Class/racial conflict, intolerance, and distortions in urban form: Lessons for sustainability from the Detroit region. Ecological Economics, 96, 88-98.
Darden, J.T. (2013) Detroit: Race Riots, Racial Conflicts and Efforts to Bridge the Racial Divide. East Lansing: Michigan State University Press.
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