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Now available from our current issue, Cities, Networks, and Urban Policy! Multimodal transport and potential encounters with social difference: A novel approach based on network analysis, by Jose Carpio-Pinedo

This article can be found in the current issue of the Journal of Urban Affairs regarding Cities, Networks, and Urban Policy. This article currently has free access and is available to read and download. Multimodal transport and potential encounters with social difference: A novel approach based on network analysis, by Jose Carpio-Pinedo Abstract Direct experience… Continue reading Now available from our current issue, Cities, Networks, and Urban Policy! Multimodal transport and potential encounters with social difference: A novel approach based on network analysis, by Jose Carpio-Pinedo

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Now available from our current issue, Cities, Networks, and Urban Policy! Threads across the urban fabric: Youth mentorship relationships as neighborhood bridges, by Clio Andris, Xi Liu, Jessica Mitchell, James O’Dwyer & Jeremy Van Cleve

This article can be found in the current issue of the Journal of Urban Affairs regarding Cities, Networks, and Urban Policy. This article currently has free access and is available to read and download. Threads across the urban fabric: Youth mentorship relationships as neighborhood bridges, by Clio Andris, Xi Liu, Jessica Mitchell, James O’Dwyer &… Continue reading Now available from our current issue, Cities, Networks, and Urban Policy! Threads across the urban fabric: Youth mentorship relationships as neighborhood bridges, by Clio Andris, Xi Liu, Jessica Mitchell, James O’Dwyer & Jeremy Van Cleve

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Now available with free access from our current issue, Cities, Networks, and Urban Policy! The same place but different: How neighborhood context differentially affects homogeneity in networks of different social groups, by Marina Tulin, Beate Volker & Bram Lancee

This article can be found in the current issue of the Journal of Urban Affairs regarding Cities, Networks, and Urban Policy. This article currently has free access and is available to read and download. The same place but different: How neighborhood context differentially affects homogeneity in networks of different social groups, by Marina Tulin, Beate… Continue reading Now available with free access from our current issue, Cities, Networks, and Urban Policy! The same place but different: How neighborhood context differentially affects homogeneity in networks of different social groups, by Marina Tulin, Beate Volker & Bram Lancee

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Now available with free access from our current issue, Cities, Networks, and Urban Policy! Using big data to examine the effect of urbanism on social networks, by Cheng Wang, Omar Lizardo & David S. Hachen

This article can be found in the current issue of the Journal of Urban Affairs regarding Cities, Networks, and Urban Policy. This article currently has free access and is available to read and download. Using big data to examine the effect of urbanism on social networks, by Cheng Wang, Omar Lizardo & David S. Hachen… Continue reading Now available with free access from our current issue, Cities, Networks, and Urban Policy! Using big data to examine the effect of urbanism on social networks, by Cheng Wang, Omar Lizardo & David S. Hachen

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Now available with free access from our current issue, Cities, Networks, and Urban Policy! Minority-White income inequality across metropolitan areas: The role of racial/ethnic residential segregation and transportation networks, by Joseph Galaskiewicz, Kathryn Freeman Anderson & Kendra Thompson-Dyck

This article can be found in the current issue of the Journal of Urban Affairs regarding Cities, Networks, and Urban Policy. This article currently has free access and is available to read and download. Minority-White income inequality across metropolitan areas: The role of racial/ethnic residential segregation and transportation networks, by Joseph Galaskiewicz, Kathryn Freeman Anderson… Continue reading Now available with free access from our current issue, Cities, Networks, and Urban Policy! Minority-White income inequality across metropolitan areas: The role of racial/ethnic residential segregation and transportation networks, by Joseph Galaskiewicz, Kathryn Freeman Anderson & Kendra Thompson-Dyck

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Now available with free access from our current issue, Cities, Networks, and Urban Policy! Using urban networks to gain new insight into old questions: Community, economy, bureaucracy, by Zachary Neal, Ben Derudder & Xingjian Liu

This article can be found in the current issue of the Journal of Urban Affairs regarding Cities, Networks, and Urban Policy. This article currently has free access and is available to read and download. Using urban networks to gain new insight into old questions: Community, economy, bureaucracy, by Zachary Neal, Ben Derudder & Xingjian Liu… Continue reading Now available with free access from our current issue, Cities, Networks, and Urban Policy! Using urban networks to gain new insight into old questions: Community, economy, bureaucracy, by Zachary Neal, Ben Derudder & Xingjian Liu

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Special Issue Preview: Cities, Networks, and Urban Policy

Articles from our current Special Issue, Cities, Networks, and Urban Policy, are available for download now! Please see all the links below for an introduction to all of our articles in this issue. Introduction By Guest Editor: Zachary Neal (Michigan State University) and Ben Derudder (Ghent University) To watch a special video presentation from the… Continue reading Special Issue Preview: Cities, Networks, and Urban Policy

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Take a Look at this Preview of an Upcoming Book Review: “Brave New Home: Our Future in Smarter, Simpler, Happier Housing”, reviewed by Tony Filipovitch

Brave New Home: Our Future in Smarter, Simpler, Happier Housing, by Diana Lind, New York, Bold Type Books, 2020. Reviewed by: Tony Filipovitch, Minnesota State University Mankato We have been through so much in recent times: the subprime mortgage crisis, the Great Recession , the Pandemic. The traditional paradigms of where and how we live… Continue reading Take a Look at this Preview of an Upcoming Book Review: “Brave New Home: Our Future in Smarter, Simpler, Happier Housing”, reviewed by Tony Filipovitch

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Take a Look at this Preview of an Upcoming Book Review: “Creating the Suburban School Advantage: Race, Localism, and Inequality in an American Metropolis”, reviewed by Jeffrey A. Raffel

Creating the Suburban School Advantage: Race, Localism, and Inequality in an American Metropolis, by John L. Rury, Ithaca and London, Cornell University Press, 2020 Reviewed by: Jeffrey A. Raffel, Messick Chair Emeritus at the Joseph R. Biden School of Public Policy and Administration at the University of Delaware Urbanologists are familiar with the unequal distribution… Continue reading Take a Look at this Preview of an Upcoming Book Review: “Creating the Suburban School Advantage: Race, Localism, and Inequality in an American Metropolis”, reviewed by Jeffrey A. Raffel

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Take a Look at this Preview of an Upcoming Book Review: “Planning Australia’s Healthy Built Environments”, reviewed by Dr. Tony Matthews

Planning Australia’s Healthy Built Environments, by Jennifer L. Kent and Susan Thompson, New York, Routledge, 2019. Reviewed by: Dr. Tony Matthews, Griffith University Jennifer Kent and Susan Thompson’s excellent new book, Planning Australia’s Healthy Built Environments, depicts the intersections between contemporary urban planning and human health in Australia. Drawing on a growing body of empirical… Continue reading Take a Look at this Preview of an Upcoming Book Review: “Planning Australia’s Healthy Built Environments”, reviewed by Dr. Tony Matthews