Klinenbergs study of Chicagos deadly heat wave is an example of the importance

Klinenbergs study of chicagos deadly heat wave is an

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17.Klinenberg’s study of Chicago’s deadly heat wave is an example of the importance of________.a.social tiesb.subculturesc.community cohesiond.police presencee.social capital
Grade:1User Responses:c.community cohesionFeedback:
18.Barry Wellman and Mark Granovetter agree that ________.
Grade:1User Responses:e.ties are not solely derived from family and neighbor relationshipsFeedback:19.Which of the following threatens to reverse the revitalization of urban neighborhoodsacross the United States?
Grade:1User Responses:c.Foreclosure crisisFeedback:20.What impact has immigration had on American’s cities and urban neighborhoods?
Grade:0User Responses:e.Immigrants are assimilating more quickly than previous generations.Feedback:21.In the developing world, there is evidence that the most extreme poverty is shiftingfrom ________ to ________.a.rural areas; urban areasb.Africa; South Americac.urban areas; villagesd.farmers; business ownerse.urban areas; rural areas
Grade:1User Responses:a.rural areas; urban areasFeedback:22.Which of the following is a form of local government city development policy that mayeventually lead to the decline of racial segregation?
a.Global neighborhoods
23.The movement of non-minorities from the cities to the suburbs is sometimes referredto as ________.
Grade:1User Responses:e.white flightFeedback:24.How many immigrants live in the United States compared to 20 years ago?
Grade:1User Responses:b.43 million; 20 millionFeedback:25.Who created the Hull House in Chicago?a.Henry Hullb.Dan Ryanc.Jane Addamsd.Horace Caytone.William Julius Wilson
Grade:1User Responses:c.Jane AddamsFeedback:

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