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Title Urban segregation and governance in the Americas [electronic resource] / edited by Bryan R.Roberts and Robert H. Wilson
Imprint New York : Palgrave Macmillan, 2009
book jacket
Edition 1st ed
Descript x, 231 p. : ill., maps ; 22 cm
Note Includes bibliographical references and index
Residential segregation and governance in the Americas: an overview / Bryan R. Roberts and Robert H. Wilson -- Advances in research methodsfor the study of urban segregation / Carolina Flores -- Residential segregation in greater Buenos Aires / Fernando Groisman and Ana Lourdes Su©Øarez -- Urban governance and intra-urban population differentials in Latin America: a case study of metropolitan Lima, Peru / Paul A. Peters-- Residential segregation in the Mexico City metropolitan area, 1990-2000 / Andr©Øes Villarreal and Erin R. Hamilton -- Residential segregation in Montevideo: challenges to educational equality / Ruben Kaztman and Alejandro Retamoso -- Residential segregation in Santiago: scale-related effects and trends, 1992-2002 / Francisco Sabatini ... [et al.] -- Residential segregation in S©Þao Paulo: consequences for urban policies / Haroldo da Gama Torres and Renata Mirandola Bichir -- The process of cumulative disadvantage: concentration of poverty and the quality of publiceducation in the metropolitan region of Campinas / Jos©Øe Marcos Pinto da Cunha and Maren Andrea Jim©Øenez -- Changing patterns of residential segregation in Austin / Carolina Flores and Robert H. Wilson -- Spatial differentiation, inequality, and urban policy: the findings / Bryan R. Roberts and Robert H. Wilson
Electronic reproduction. Basingstoke, England : Palgrave Macmillan, 2010. Mode of access:World Wide Web. System requirements: Web browser. Title from title screen (viewed on Jan. 11, 2010). Access may be restricted to users at subscribing institutions
Residential segregation is a key issue for good governance in Latin American cities. The isolation of people of different social classes orethnicities has potential political and social consequences, includingdifferential access to and quality of education, health and other services. This volume uses the recent availability of geo-coded census dataand techniques of spatial analysis to conduct the first detailed comparative examination of residential segregation in six major Latin Americanmetropolises, with Austin, Texas, as a US comparison. It demonstrates the high degree of residential segregation of contemporary Latin American cities and discusses implications for the welfare of urban residents
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Link Original 0230609600 9780230609600 (DLC) 2008041659 (OCoLC)226357105
Subject Marginality, Social -- Latin America
Segregation -- Latin America
Discrimination in housing -- Latin America
Political stability -- Latin America
Marginality, Social -- Texas -- Austin
Segregation -- Texas -- Austin
Discrimination in housing -- Texas -- Austin
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Alt Author Roberts, Bryan R., 1939-
Wilson, Robert Hines
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