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Neighborhood Poverty Vol. 2 : Policy Implications in Studying Neighborhoods - Jeanne Brooks-Gunn
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Perhaps the most alarming phenomenon in American cities has been the transformation of many neighborhoods into isolated ghettos where poverty is the norm and violent crime, drug use, out-of-wedlock births, and soaring school dropout rates are rampant. Public concern over these destitute areas has focused on their most vulnerable inhabitants children and adolescents. How profoundly does neighborhood poverty endanger their well-being and development? Is the influence of neighborhood more powerful than that of the family? Neighborhood Poverty approaches these questions with an insightful and wide-ranging investigation into the effect of community poverty on children's physical health, cognitive and verbal abilities, educational attainment, and social adjustment. This two-volume set offers the most current research and analysis from experts in the fields of child development, social psychology, sociology and economics. Drawing from national and city-based sources, Volume I reports the empirical evidence concerning the relationship between children and community. As the essays demonstrate, poverty entails a host of problems that affects the quality of educational, recreational, and child care services.Poor neighborhoods usually share other negative features particularly racial segregation and a preponderance of single mother families that may adversely affect children. Yet children are not equally susceptible to the pitfalls of deprived communities. Neighborhood has different effe business and investing,city planning and urban development,economics,political science,politics and government,politics and social sciences,poverty,public affairs and policy,public policy,science and math Poverty, Russell Sage Foundation

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Neighborhood Poverty, Volume 2 : Policy Implications in Studying Neighborhoods - J.L. Aber
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Perhaps the most alarming phenomenon in American cities has been the transformation of many neighborhoods into isolated ghettos where poverty is the norm and violent crime, drug use, out-of-wedlock births, and soaring school dropout rates are rampant. Public concern over these destitute areas has focused on their most vulnerable inhabitants—children and adolescents. How profoundly does neighborhood poverty endanger their well-being and development? Is the influence of neighborhood more powerful than that of the family? Neighborhood Poverty approaches these questions with an insightful and wide-ranging investigation into the effect of community poverty on children's physical health, cognitive and verbal abilities, educational attainment, and social adjustment.This two-volume set offers the most current research and analysis from experts in the fields of child development, social psychology, sociology and economics. Drawing from national and city-based sources, Volume I reports the empirical evidence concerning the relationship between children and community. As the essays demonstrate, poverty entails a host of problems that affects the quality of educational, recreational, and child care services.Poor neighborhoods usually share other negative features—particularly racial segregation and a preponderance of single mother families—that may adversely affect children. Yet children are not equally susceptible to the pitfalls of deprived communities. Nei business and investing,city planning and urban development,economics,political science,politics and government,politics and social sciences,poverty,public affairs and policy,public policy,science and math Poverty, Russell Sage Foundation

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Neighborhood Poverty: Policy Implications in Studying Neighborhoods {VOLUME II} - Brooks-Gunn, Jeanne, Greg J. Duncan, and J. Lawrence Aber {Editors}
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Neighborhood Poverty: Policy Implications in Studying Neighborhoods {VOLUME II} - Paperback

1997, ISBN: 9780871541468

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Clean and Unmarked Text: Western Outdoors / No Date Paperback : soft cover edition in good condition, wear to edges, as normal for age of book. Overall good copy of this title. Excellent read. A good book to enjoy and keep on hand. Or would make a great gift for the fan / reader in your life.. Light Cover Shows Soil / Age. Pages are Honey Colored / Aged. A: Book: Good or Better Cond./No Dust Jacket. Illus. by Fully Illustrated. POPULAR TITLE OF INTEREST. Sport Fishing / Hunting Guides., Western Outdoors / No Date, New York City, New York: Russell Sage Foundation, 1997. "NEIGHBORHOOD POVERTY is a monumental work, reporting the results of a massive interdisciplinary effort to understand the role of neighborhood contexts on the development of children. These volumes combine some of the strongest empirical work to date with thoughtful conceptual and methodological critiques of neighborhood effects research, which move beyond merely looking for neighborhood effects to undersatanding the mechanisms through which these effects are manifested. The research effort chronicled here is a model of how social science research ought to be conducted on complex social issues." {Paul Jargowsky}. This book has 238 pages. The text contains NO internal marks whatsoever.. First Printing. Cloth. Fine/Fine. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall., Russell Sage Foundation, 1997

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Neighborhood Poverty: Policy Implications in Studying Neighborhoods (Neighborhood Poverty)
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Neighborhood Poverty: Policy Implications in Studying Neighborhoods - J.L. Aber; Editor-Jeanne Brooks-Gunn; Editor-Greg J. Duncan; Editor-J. Lawrence Aber
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Neighborhood Poverty: Policy Implications in Studying Neighborhoods - hardcover

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Russell Sage Foundation, 1997-11. Hardcover. Good., Russell Sage Foundation, 1997-11

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