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lit review Summary - Meghan Ashlin Rich It Depends on How...

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Meghan Ashlin Rich, “It Depends on How you Define Integrated”: Neighborhood Boundaries and Racial Integration in a Baltimore Neighborhood, 2009 Neighborhood Setting: Village Heights, a diverse neighborhood Methods: 1. The method used to collect data for this qualitative study is ethnographic fieldwork and semi-structured interviews. Fieldwork: observing various neighborhood social events, community meetings, and public spaces; attending community association meetings, special topic meetings (where the community gathers to discuss a particular neighborhood problem), benefits district meetings and various neighborhood functions such as the annual Village Heights festival. These activities allow interaction with the neighborhood residents. Interview: The majority of the interview samples obtained was white, middle class, female and highly educated. The study sample was obtained from neighborhood association and volunteer contacts and through personal contacts. 2.
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This note was uploaded on 01/25/2012 for the course AS 195.609 taught by Professor S.n. during the Fall '11 term at Johns Hopkins.

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