Urban Neighborhoods: Research and Policy

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Action research, 209-10
Ahlbrandt, R., x, 8, 109, 231, 369-70
Air pollution, house price impacts, 126, 140
Aldrich, H., 147
Altschuler, A., 7
Annual Housing Survey, 133
Arnstein, S., 62
Atlanta neighborhood planning, 12
Attachment to neighborhood, 156, 281, 298-300, 333, 357
Baltimore, 134, 140-41
Barber, D., 42
Bartik, T., 127, 134
Berry, B., 145, 146, 147
Black, A., 6
Bolan, R., 44
Boyte, H. C., 42
Bronfenbrenner, U., 254-55
Brower, S., ix, 177, 178
Business attitudes toward locale, 154-55
Business owners, 152-53; collective action, 163-65, 169-71; optimism, 166- 71, 172
Carnegie Corporation, 250-51
Catholic church, 292, 298, 300
Charles Stewart Mott Foundation, 13
Chavis, D., ix, 177-78, 218, 221, 223, 224
Checkoway, B., 44, 184
Choice-constraint model, 288, 292, 294
Cincinnati neighborhood planning, 12-13
Citizen Advisory Council ( Raleigh), 14
Citizen awareness, 63-65; competence, 28-29; influence, 20-22; involvement, 63-65; involvement, formal channels, 43-45; participation, 22, 27-28, 43-49, 80, 221-24, 258-65; participation, class biases in, 53- 55, 62; participation, neighborhood based, 42-49; relations with scientists, 218-21, 240-41
Cohen, R., 44
Coit, K., 48
Cole, R., 42
Collective action, rational choice, 252, 265
Communication: between neighborhood groups, 22-23, neighborhoods and city hall, 22-23, 67-68, 173
Community, 285, 302-4, 351- 55; Action Program, 6; of action, 288-94; Assistance Teams ( Cincinnati), 13; awareness, 19-20; development, 210-12, 230-31; Development Block Grant Program, 8; development committee ( Wilmington), 16; sense of, 223, 232-36, 351
Comprehensive planning, 6-7
Contextual analysis, 131


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