The diversified neighbourhood in western europe and the united states
How do countries deal with the spatial distribution of economic and cultural differences?
Many politicians in Western societies assume that strong concentrations of public housing have a debilitating effect on the residents and produce high social costs. The general expectation is that mixed housing projects can help overcome integration problems. In the United States, Belgium, France, S...
Duyvendak, Jan Willem
|Place of publication:||
Dordrecht Springer Netherlands 01.03.2002
|published in:||Journal of international migration and integration Vol. 3; no. 1; pp. 41 - 64|
|Data of publication:||20020300|
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