Lucille Nahemow

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The relationship between sponsorship, community size, building size (number of dwelling units) and height of building, on the one hand, and six indices of well-being of elderly tenants, on the other, was examined in a study of 2457 subjects from 154 federally-assisted housing projects. Control was exercised on a variety of personal variables prior to the(More)
The relationship between neighborhood characteristics and the well-being of elderly tenants was studied through a national area probability sample of 153 planned housing environments and over 3000 tenants in them. Six indices of tenants' psychological and social well-being were used as dependent variables in hierarchical multiple regressions where(More)
The relationships between objective neighborhood characteristics and the wellbeing of 2421 elderly federally-assisted housing tenants were investigated. Six factors were derived from the 1970 Census characteristics of the social areas in which 150 housing projects were located. Social-area factors accounted for significant proportions of variance in tenant(More)
The social, psychological, and environmental situations of a national area probability sample of 1875 elderly tenants in 153 public housing sites were studied by means of interviews with tenants and project mangers and direct observation of social and environmental characteristics of the housing. In this report the association between the age mix of the(More)
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