Urban isolation linked to crime, social woes

July 1994
American City & County;Jul94, Vol. 109 Issue 8, p18
Trade Publication
Reports on the study of George Galster of the Urban Institute on the relation of urban isolation to crime. Study on African American youth in Washington, D.C.; Reinforcement of negative behavior in neighborhoods; Changes in metropolitan geography; Effect on the city youth; Holding of the 1994 Fannie Mae Annual Housing Conference.


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