Concentrated Poverty vs. Concentrated Affluence: Effects on Neighborhood Social Environments and Children's Outcomes

Publication Date:
Jan 2003
Project Programs:
Social, Political, and Economic Inequality

In this paper, we examine the effects of neighborhood poverty and affluence, other neighborhood characteristics, and family characteristics on two indicators of children’s development: reading-related and math-related achievement.


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