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  • Immigration, local policy, and national identity in the suburban United States
  • This article examines four local immigration policies in the Chicago and Washington DC metropolitan areas to explain how suburbs justify their policy positions. It shows that these suburban communities rely on conceptions of American identity
  • and the ‘American Dream’ in support of their policies, but leverage these tropes in vastly different ways depending on the broader strategic purposes of the policies. These divergent suburban immigration policies both challenge traditional notions of suburban
  • 2014
  • The social dynamics of suburbanization : insights from a qualitative model
  • England ; Germany ; Household ; Leipzig ; Liverpool ; Neighbourhood ; Residential mobility ; Saxony ; Social geography ; Social interaction ; Social segregation ; Suburbanization ; United Kingdom ; Urban sprawl ; Urbanization
  • This article examines the social dynamics between in two European suburban areas: the Wirral (Liverpool), UK and Leipzig, Germany. The results suggest that these social dynamics would, if other possible influences are ignored, lead to a situation
  • of fluctuating residential in-migration and out-migration and to waves of suburbanization in the study regions. Suburban in-migration could only be reduced by strict planning regulations and/or other external forces which impact actor-class constellations
  • 2014
  • The spatio-temporal pattern of housing redevelopment in suburban Chicago, 2000–2010
  • types of suburban neighbourhoods. Findings reveal that redevelopmentis spatially clustered, occurring in a variety of places ranging from modest middle-income neighbourhoods to very highly affluent neighbourhoods. Redevelopment often began in areas
  • 2014
  • Atlanta ; Blacks ; Ethnicity ; Exurban settlement ; Georgia (USA) ; Journey to work ; Social geography ; Suburbanization ; Suburbs ; Transport ; United States of America ; Urban transport ; Whites
  • locations are more dispersed throughout the suburbs and exurbs. Compared to blacks, Latinos’ housing and job locations are somewhat more suburbanized, thanks to the availability of low-paying job opportunities in various suburban areas. Compared to whites
  • 2014
  • Analysing place and place-making : urbanization in suburban Oslo
  • 2014
  • emissions than an adjacent development of large single-family homes, both of which were in a transit-poor area on the far edge of a suburban city. A high-density neighbourhood adjacent to a suburban city centre, and one adjacent to a central city centre
  • 2014
  • –periphery or urban–suburban. In conclusion, it is suggested that this citywide ongoing process highlights the importance of appreciating dynamic discursive engagements with urban space, which not only are at odds with hegemonic definitions of the city
  • 2014
  • This paper explores an early process of ethnogentrification, previously reported by the local media, in a working class suburban district of Barcelona. Following a brief description of the research carried out in 2004 (published in 2006
  • 2014
  • Bogotá ; Colombia ; Latin America ; Metropolisation ; Segregation ; Socio-economic system ; Suburbanization ; Urban fragmentation ; Urban policy
  • 2014
  • are not particularly robust. In suburban areas, there is no observed relationship between vouchers and crime, suggesting that controversies in those communities blaming voucher households for elevated crime rates are misguided.
  • 2014
  • This paper quantifies land value uplift and its spatial distribution for accessibility to different destinations for residential properties around a new-build Liverpool Parramatta transitway for buses in a suburban area of south-west Sydney
  • 2014
  • This paper examines whether inner suburban decline is occurring in Canada. The results indicate that inner suburbs in Canadian cities experienced a decline in median household income, average dwelling value, and prosperity factors between 1986
  • 2014
  • This paper examines aspects of space consumption (overcrowded or underoccupied) in two very different housing types: the communist mid-rise estates and postcommunist suburban self-built housing in the city of Pitesti, Romania. The analysis documents
  • 2014
  • Environmental management ; France ; Green space ; Landscape ; Midi-Pyrénées ; Outer conurbation area ; Toulouse ; Undividual suburban housing ; Urban area ; Urban policy ; Urbanism
  • 2014
  • worse accessibility scores compared with suburban and rural areas. High schools with more African American students tended to have poorer accessibility levels. Schools with lower accessibility tended to be associated with poorer average student
  • 2014
  • on two distinct types of centers. New employment centers (NECs) are produced by intrametropolitan suburbanization and realignment of preexisting small agglomerations. Historic administrative cities (HACs) are created by suprametropolitan scale processes
  • 2014
  • profile with distance or travel time from the CBD, population loss bottomed at 4–5 kilometers (10–15 minutes) from the CBD and recovered towards both the CBD and suburbs. This suggests possible converging forces of suburbanization (that is, a nationwide
  • 2014
  • Agricultural resources ; Agriculture ; Critical geography ; Food production ; Social justice ; Suburban agriculture ; Town ; Urban landscape ; Urban social movement
  • 2014
  • effect in lower-density neighbourhoods in cities and in suburban municipalities, as well as in post-war New Towns. To account for spatial variations, an explanatory framework is proposed based on urban theories of class, revanchism and nostalgia
  • 2014
  • Canada ; Ethnic community ; Exurban settlement ; Montréal ; Quebec ; Residential choice ; Residential environment ; Residential mobility ; Segregation ; Suburbanization ; Urban area
  • 2014