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Is it all in the eye of the beholder? Benefits of living in mixed-income neighborhoods in New York and Los Angeles.

Is it all in the eye of the beholder? Benefits of living in mixed-income neighborhoods in New York and Los Angeles, by Elena Vesselinov, Mary Clare Lennon & Renaud Le Goix, appears in Volume 40, Issue 2 of the Jorunal of Urban Affairs and is currently available for free access. By Elena Vesselinov I am… Continue reading Is it all in the eye of the beholder? Benefits of living in mixed-income neighborhoods in New York and Los Angeles.

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CALL FOR PROPOSALS: Special Issue on “Contributions of Community Psychology to Urban Research and Policy”

Special Issue of Journal of Urban Affairs on “Contributions of Community Psychology to Urban Research and Policy” The Journal of Urban Affairs invites proposals for articles to be published in a special issue on “Contributions of Community Psychology to Urban Research and Policy,” guest edited by Jennifer Watling Neal (Michigan State University). The field of… Continue reading CALL FOR PROPOSALS: Special Issue on “Contributions of Community Psychology to Urban Research and Policy”

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Special Issue: The Citizens in City-regions

Special Issue: The Citizens in City-regions Guest editors: Anders Lidström and Linze Schaap For the first time ever, a special collection of papers on the citizens in city-regions has been published in the Journal of Urban Affairs. It has become increasingly relevant to develop knowledge about citizenship in a city-regional setting as more people all… Continue reading Special Issue: The Citizens in City-regions