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The housing divide : how generations of immigrants fare in New York's housing market

Author: Emily Rosenbaum; Samantha R Friedman
Publisher: New York : New York University Press, ©2007.
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"The Housing Divide examines the generational patterns in New York City's housing market and neighborhoods along the lines of race and ethnicity. The book provides an in-depth analysis of many immigrant groups in New York, especially providing an understanding of the opportunities and discriminatory practices at work from one generation to the next. Through a careful read of such factors as home ownership, housing  Read more...
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Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Emily Rosenbaum; Samantha R Friedman
ISBN: 9780814775905 081477590X
OCLC Number: 70884980
Description: vii, 309 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
Contents: Movin' on up : Understanding locational attainment --
Immigration, race/ethnicity, and housing in New York through 1970 --
The new New Yorkers : immigration from the 1970s to the present --
Assimilation or stratification? predicting housing and neighborhood conditions for New York City households --
Patterns of locational attainment by race/ethnicity : Is there evidence of segmented assimilation? --
Conclusions and policy implications.
Responsibility: Emily Rosenbaum and Samantha Friedman.
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Examines the generational patterns in New York City's housing market and neighborhoods along the lines of race and ethnicity. This book provides an analysis of many immigrant groups in New York,  Read more...

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"Casts much light on longstanding debates over the assimilation and economic advancement of foreign immigrants in the USA." -Society "The Housing Divide is a very good book. It accomplishes the Read more...

 
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