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ERIC Number: EJ114780
Record Type: CIJE
Publication Date: 1974
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Socioeconomic Status and Residential Locational Choice
Moriarty, Barry M.
Environment and Behavior, 6, 4, 448-469, Dec 74
Two alternative hypotheses, economic competition and social choice, explain how differences in the housing choices of home seekers result in the residential segregation of socioeconomic groups in cities. Each hypothesis describes the attributes and preference structure used to arrive at choices. An analysis of the Lansing, Michigan area is included. (BT)
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