The significance of age to the study of ethnic residential segregation

In the study of ethnic residential segregation, global measures are typically used. However, while useful as summary indicators, these measures miss important and distinctive age-specific and birth-cohort trends. Albert Sabater and … Read more

Are U.S. whites ‘hunkering down’ in racially-diverse cities and neighborhoods?

America’s new racial diversity has upended conventional empirical approaches to residential segregation based on simple binary notions of the color line: white–black, white–nonwhite, or black–nonblack.Multiculturalism, pluralism, and racial hierarchy are … Read more