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Health care disparities in Buffalo, New York: The intersections of individual and community level factors
Race, socioeconomic status (SES), and place/area of residence have been identified in sociological research as contributing to health disparities. Because individual level variables alone do not account for the complex ...
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 ...