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Topic: Power and Inequality in City LifeType: Application47.(p. 418)Which of the following contributed to the massive migration into the suburbs in the 1950s and 1960s? A. backlash against the cultural revolutionB. growing racism and decline in social cohesionC. mass marketing and shift in housing styleD. relative prosperity and housing policyCroteau - Chapter 15 #47Level: ModerateTopic: The Structure and Culture of the SuburbsType: Application48.(p. 418)The media's role in suburbanization can be seen in its portrayal of the city primarily as a place of A. declining property values.B. aging and unattractive housing.C. racial riots and violence.D. crowded and unhealthy living environments.Croteau - Chapter 15 #48Level: ModerateTopic: The Structure and Culture of the SuburbsType: Knowledge
49.(p. 418)In the 1970s and 1980s, the primary force behind suburbanization was A. housing decline in urban areas.B. increased racial animosity and violence.C. the wholesale export of jobs overseas.D. the mortgage crisis.Croteau - Chapter 15 #49Level: BasicTopic: The Structure and Culture of the SuburbsType: Knowledge50.(p. 418)What proportion of the United States' population now lives in the suburbs? A. one-thirdB. one-halfC. two-thirdsD. four-fifthsCroteau - Chapter 15 #50Level: BasicTopic: The Structure and Culture of the SuburbsType: Knowledge51.