- Residential Mobility: Implications for Families and Communities
- Volume 14 Number 3
- Managing Editor: Mark D. Shroder
- Associate Editor: Michelle P. Matuga
Residential Mobility: Implications for Families and Communities
Guest Editor: Cynthia Guy
Guest Editor's Introduction
Pathways to Integration: Examining Changes in the Prevalence of Racially
Ingrid Gould Ellen, Keren Horn, and Katherine O’Regan
Residential Mobility and Neighborhood Change: Real Neighborhoods Under
Claudia Coulton, Brett Theodos, and Margery A. Turner
Tracking Mobility at the Household Level
Kate Bachtell, Ned English, and Catherine Haggerty
Public Housing Transformation and Crime: Making the Case for Responsible Relocation
Susan J. Popkin, Michael J. Rich, Leah Hendey, Chris Hayes, Joe Parilla, and George Galster
Addressing Residential Instability: Options for Cities and Community Initiatives
G. Thomas Kingsley, Audrey Jordan, William Traynor
Data Shop: Using Administrative Data for Spatial and Longitudinal Analysis of the Housing
Choice Voucher Program
Eric Schultheis, Gregory Russ, and Carolina Lucey
Graphic Detail: Concentrated Out-Migration
Impact: The Impact of Limiting Sellers Concessions to Closing Costs
Foreign Exchange: Comparative Analysis of Best Practices of Sustainable Communities:
Adelaide, Australia Case Study
Alven H. Lam and Brianne M. Mullen
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