The Neighborhood Segregation Process

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However, Parisi, Lichter and Taquino (2011) discovered the least diverse community within minorities is between Blacks. Neighborhoods which are considered “Black” are proven to be two-thirds less diverse than the United States population overall. America’s changing color line is explained as shifting patterns of neighborhoods racial segregation. Neighborhood segregation processes account for less than half of Blacks segregation from Whites, Hispanics and Asians. The amount of neighborhood segregation in the suburbs is not declining, and that is where most studies focus. For that reason, Parisi, Lichter and Taquino extended the levels of geography that go beyond the traditional neighborhood segregation in big cities. This research is important
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