New White Flight? The Dynamics of Neighborhood Change in the 1980s
Publication Date: January 2000
Publisher(s): Furman Center for Real Estate
Author(s): Ingrid Gould Ellen
Special Collection: John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation
Keywords: Immigrants; Neighborhoods; Race; Community and Economic Development
The rapid rise in immigration over the past few decades has transformed the American social landscape, while the need to understand its impact on society has led to a burgeoning research literature. Predominantly non-European and of varied cultural, social, and economic backgrounds, the new immigrants present analytic challenges that cannot be wholly met by traditional immigration studies.