JOHN D ICELAND
Affiliation: University of Maryland
- Immigrant residential segregation in U.S. metropolitan areas, 1990-2000John Iceland
Sociology Department, University of Maryland, College Park, MD 20742 1315, USA
Demography 45:79-94. 2008..In addition, because black immigrants are, on average, of higher socioeconomic status than native-born blacks, such characteristics do not help explain their very high levels of segregation...
- Immigration and Metropolitan Residential SegregationJohn Iceland; Fiscal Year: 2007..and immigrants in particular? Vary in their segregation patterns, and how are these patterns contingent on the combination of races reported?? Are mixed-nativity families less segregated than those where all members are foreign-born? ..