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Unformatted text preview: meanwhile, says that every location is different and one neighborhood may be drastically different from another neighborhood of the same demographic composition and SES. Which is a more sound theory? 3) Schulz Reading What steps are researchers taking to not generalize one type of neighborhood and apply that generalization to all similar neighborhoods? Crime, pollution, and accident rates might be similar statistically from one neighborhood to another, but the characteristics of those neighborhoods might compound certain factors in certain ways that making living in those neighborhoods different from each other. Are public health measures expected to be made at the community level in order to address these, or can policies be made generally and then adapted?...
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