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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 ...
Placing race: The role of regulation and social practice in the production of racialized space in Buffalo, New York
The 1991 Rodney King beating and the 2001 Cincinnati riots recall images of violent citizen responses to the actions of police. These events are not isolated incidents, but join a list of individual high profile cases that ...
A city foreclosed: Mortgage default, residential abandonment, and property code enforcement in Buffalo, New York
This project investigated the relationships between mortgage lending practices, residential abandonment, and housing code enforcement in Buffalo, New York. In this local context, unclear and unstable ownership of vacant, ...