Neighbourhood Effects Research: New Perspectives (Paperback)

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Neighbourhood Effects Research: New Perspectives By Maarten Van Ham (Editor), David Manley (Editor), Nick Bailey (Editor) Cover Image
By Maarten Van Ham (Editor), David Manley (Editor), Nick Bailey (Editor)


1: Introduction: Maarten van Ham, David Manley, Nick Bailey, Ludi Simpson and Duncan Maclennan.- 2: The Mechanism(s) of Neighbourhood Effects: Theory, Evi-dence, and Policy Implications: George C. Galster.- 3: Ethnographic Evidence, Heterogeneity, and Neighbourhood Effects after Moving To Opportunity: Mario L. Small and Jessica Feldman.-4: Understanding neighbourhood effects: selection bias and residential mobility: Lina Hedman and Maarten van Ham.- 5: Social Mix, Reputation and Stigma: Exploring Residents' Perspectives of Neighbourhood Effects: Kathy Arthurson.- 6: Theorising and Measuring Place in Neighbourhood Effects Research: The Example of Teenage Parenthood in England: Ruth Lupton and Dylan Kneale.- 7: Neighbourhood effects, housing tenure and individual employment outcomes: David Manley and Maarten van Ham.- 8: Neighbourhood social capital and individual mental health: Gindo Tampubolon.- 9: The Notable and the Null: Using Mixed Methods to Under-stand the Diverse Impacts of Residential Mobility Programs: Stefanie DeLuca, Greg J. Duncan, Micere Keels, and Ruby Mendenhall.- 10: School outcomes and neighbourhood effects: a new ap-proach using data from Finland: Venla Bernelius and Timo M. Kauppinen.- 11: Recasting research on 'neighbourhood effects': a collabora-tive, participatory, trans-national approach: Michael Darcy and Gabrielle Gwyther.- 12: Are mixed community policies evidence based? A review of the research on neighbourhood effects: Paul Cheshire

Product Details
ISBN: 9789400795778
ISBN-10: 9400795777
Publisher: Springer
Publication Date: January 28th, 2014
Pages: 300
Language: English