Neighboring In Public Housing Projects: A Study Of The Relationship Between Status Homophily And Propinquity
Date of Award
Doctor of Philosophy (PhD)
Sociology, informal sociability, public housing projects
Demography, Population, and Ecology
The author hypothesizes that both status homophily and propinquity are important factors in neighboring within heterogeneous contexts, and, furthermore, that they are independent of each other in this respect.--Preface.
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Cagle, Laurence Thelbert, "Neighboring In Public Housing Projects: A Study Of The Relationship Between Status Homophily And Propinquity" (1968). Sociology - Dissertations. Paper 60.