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Question 51 / 1 ptsAccording to “The Geography of Despair” (Bolin, et al., 2005) article, what difference does the author note between the urban/suburban patterns in Phoenix versus the US Heartland (Midwest)? (Choose one):In the Midwest, as inner cities deteriorated, wealthy whites “fled” to the suburbs, while Phoenix had a segregated suburbia from the start.In the Midwest, minorities originally lived in the suburbs before more toward the city, while in Phoenix the opposite was true.
In the Midwest, “white flight” was slower to materialize because of the lack of available land in comparison to Phoenix.In the Midwest, communities segregated themselves within the inner city as opposed to a “white flight” into suburbia, which occurred in Phoenix.Question 61 / 1 ptsAccording to “The Geography of Despair” (Bolin, et al., 2005) article, what ideology has driven the “ruling class” in Phoenix from the earliest days? (Choose one):IncorrectQuestion 70 / 1 ptsAccording to “The Geography of Despair” (Bolin, et al., 2005) article, who did the newspapers of the early 1900’s blame for unhealthy conditions in South Phoenix and poor health outcomes such as high infant mortality? (Choose one):
Question 81 / 1 ptsIn Dr. Boone’s “The Built Environment and Health” lecture, which of the following environmental 'goods' were addressed? (Choose all that apply):