This volume documents the continuing growth of concentrated poverty in central cities of the United States and examines what is known about its causes and effects. With careful analyses of policy implications and alternative solutions to the problem, it presents:
Inner-City Poverty in the United States will be a valuable tool for policymakers, program administrators, researchers studying urban poverty issues, faculty, and students.
National Research Council. 1990. Inner-City Poverty in the United States. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. https://doi.org/10.17226/1539.
|2 Ghetto Poverty: Basic Questions||16-67|
|3 How Poverty Neighborhoods Are Changing||68-110|
|4 The Social Consequences of Growing Up in a Poor Neighborhood||111-186|
|5 Residential Segregation, Job Proximity, and Black Job Opportunities||187-222|
|6 Ghetto Poverty and Federal Policies and Programs||223-252|
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