A conceptual framework for measuring segregation and its association with population outcomes

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Sean F. Reardon

Year of Publication: 
2006
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In J. Michael Oakes & Jay S. Kaufman (Eds.)

"Social epidemiology is a comparatively new field of inquiry that seeks to describe and explain the social and geographic distribution of health and of the determinants of health. This book considers the major methodological challenges facing this important field. Its chapters, written by experts in a variety of disciplines, are most often authoritative, typically provocative, and often debatable, but always worth reading."
—Stephen W. Raudenbush, Lewis-Sebring Distinguished Service Professor, Department of Sociology, University of Chicago

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APA Citation

Reardon, S.F. (2006). A conceptual framework for measuring segregation and its association with population outcomes. In J. Michael Oakes & Jay S. Kaufman (Eds.), .