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Table of Contents Preface. David P. Varady Introduction. David P. Varady Section 1. Defining Segregation and Its Consequences Chapter 1. Peter Marcuse. Enclaves Yes, Ghettos No: Segregation and the State. Chapter 2. Ceri Peach. The Ghetto and the Ethnic Enclave. Chapter 3. Mohammad Qadeer. Ethnic Segregation in a Multicultural City. Chapter 4. Frederick W. Boal. Urban Ethnic Segregation and the Scenarios Spectrum. Chapter 5. Xavier de Souza Briggs. Social Capital and Segregation in the United States Chapter 6. Glenn Pearce-Oroz. Causes and Consequences of Rapid Urban Spatial Segregation: The New Towns of Teguciagalpa. Section 2: Housing Markets, Public Policies and Land Use Chapter 7. Gregory D. Squires, Samantha Friedman, and Catherine E. Saidat. Housing Segregation in the United States: Does Race Matter? Chapter 8. N. Ariel Espino. Inequality, Segregation and Housing Markets: A Theoretical Overview and a Qualitative Profile of the U.S. Case. Chapter 9. Robert W. Wassmer. The Economics of the Causes and Benefits/Costs of Urban Spatial Segregation. Chapter 10. Rolf Pendall. Exploring Connections between Density, Sprawl, and Segregation by Race and Income in U.S. Metropolitan Areas, 1980-1990. Chapter 11. Tridib Banerjee and Niraj Verma. Sprawl and Segregation: Another Side of the Los Angeles Debate. Chapter 12. Marie Huchzermeyer. Housing Subsidies and Urban Segregation: A Reflection on the Case of South Africa. Chapter 13. Alan Mabin. Suburbs and Segregation in South African Cities: A Challenge for Metropolitan Governance in the Early Twenty-First Century. Conclusion. Xavier de Souza Briggs. Desegregating the City. References
Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:
Inner cities -- United States.
Segregation -- United States.
United States -- Ethnic relations.
United States -- Social conditions -- 1980-.