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Residential Inequality in American Neighborhoods and Communities
Penn State Stratification Conference
The Pennsylvania State University, USA September 12-14, 2014
Abstracts: January 31, 2014

The 20 papers to be presented at this conference by leading researchers highlight how stratification intersects with the residential landscape of the United States. Thematic sessions examine the linkages between socioeconomic and ethnoracial statuses and four spatial sorting processes: segregation, locational attainment, residential mobility, and neighborhood change. State-of-the-art substantive work is featured, with many of the papers employing innovative methods or data to speak to issues of both theoretical and policy importance. The program format is designed to encourage interaction among attendees.

Authors and titles can be viewed at http://sociology.la.psu.edu/about/psu-stratcon/papers.
For more information and to register, visit http://sociology.la.psu.edu/about/psu-stratcon.


Conference co-sponsors: The American Academy of Political and Social Science and The Pennsylvania State University.
 
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