Volume 3, Number 2, February 2017

Table of Contents

  Spatial Foundations of Inequality: A Conceptual Model and Empirical Overview

pp. 1-33

  A Continuous Measure of the Joint Distribution of Race and Income Among Neighborhoods

pp. 34-62

  Racial Residential Segregation of School-Age Children and Adults: The Role of Schooling as a Segregating Force

pp. 63-80

  Defensible Spaces in Philadelphia: Exploring Neighborhood Boundaries Through Spatial Analysis

pp. 81-101

  Urban Income Inequality and the Great Recession in Sunbelt Form: Disentangling Individual and Neighborhood-Level Change in Los Angeles

pp. 102-128

  From Bad to Worse: How Changing Inequality in Nearby Areas Impacts Local Crime

pp. 129-151

  Segregation as a Source of Contextual Advantage: A Formal Theory with Application to American Cities

pp. 152-169

  How Living in the 'Hood Affects Risky Behaviors Among Latino and African American Youth

pp. 170-209

  Socioeconomic Segregation of Activity Spaces in Urban Neighborhoods: Does Shared Residence Mean Shared Routines?

pp. 210-231