Urban Neighborhoods: Research and Policy

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life of the neighborhood is correlated with social class and we should recognize that link. But the relationship is only a moderate one, and in the absence of a policy of improving the quality of neighborhood in general, our society as a whole suffers.


Community Effectiveness Institute. Ethnographic field reports. May 1975, June 1975, June 1984. Gathered under grant 5-RO1-MH29982, "Helping networks in the urban community," from the Center for Metropolitan Problems, National Institute of Mental Health, Donald I. Warren, Principal Investigator.

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Litwak Eugene, and Szelenyi Ivan. 1969. "Primary Group Structures and Their Functions: Kin, Neighbors, and Friends". American Sociological Review 34 (August): 465-81.

Lopata Helena Z. 1971, Occupation Housewife. New York: Oxford University.

Warren Donald I. 1969. "Neighborhood Structure and Riot Behavior in Detroit: Some Exploratory Findings". Social Problems 16, 4 (Spring).

_____. 1971. "Neighborhoods in Urban Areas". In The Encyclopedia of Social Work. New York: , National Association of Social Work, pp. 772-82.

_____. 1975. Black Neighborhoods: An Assessment of Community Power. Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press.

Warren Donald I., and Clifford David. 1974. Invoked Expertise and Neighborhood Type: Two Critical Dimensions in the Coordination of Bureaucratic Service Organizations and Primary Groups


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