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The effect of deindustrialization and globalization on the feminization of poverty in Buffalo, New York (1970–2008): A case study of transitional housing at Gerard Place
In this era of globalization, the themes of exploitation and the marginalization of women in the U.S. can be viewed as part of, and connected to, the feminization of poverty on an international scale. Global development ...
It runs in the family: A biocultural analysis of intergenerational obesity among low-income families in Buffalo, NY
Minority and disadvantaged populations experience higher morbidity and mortality from diseases associated with poor nutrition and obesity, including diabetes, cardiovascular disease, osteoarthritis, and cancer. The most ...
Ecopolis, design for urban contexts: A case study for Buffalo, NY
Statement of Issue/Problem . Metropolitan areas occupy just two percent of the planet but consume seventy five percent of its resources per year 1 and as this pattern continues unchecked it creates a series of consequences ...