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90.(p. 412)Emile Durkheim believed that urbanization eroded social solidarity leaving cities with little social cohesion. Croteau - Chapter 15 #90Level: DifficultTopic: Understanding the Culture of Urban LifeType: Comprehension91.(p. 411-412)Gesellschaft and organic solidarity both describe the characteristics of a modern urban social organization. The two concepts are virtually the same. Croteau - Chapter 15 #91Level: ModerateTopic: Understanding the Culture of Urban LifeType: Application92.(p. 413-414)Human ecologists liken the city processes of growth and decline to the natural patterns of life. Croteau - Chapter 15 #92Level: BasicTopic: Understanding the Culture of Urban LifeType: Knowledge93.(p. 416)Gentrification benefits residents of all class backgrounds by increasing property values. Croteau - Chapter 15 #93Level: ModerateTopic: Power and Inequality in City LifeType: Comprehension
94.(p. 416)W.E.B. Du Bois highlighted the role of racism in the economic disparity between black and white neighborhoods.