A Typology of Urban Immigrant Neighborhoods

@article{Vicino2011ATO,
  title={A Typology of Urban Immigrant Neighborhoods},
  author={Thomas J. Vicino and Bernadette Hanlon and John Rennie Short},
  journal={Urban Geography},
  year={2011},
  volume={32},
  pages={383 - 405}
}
Using census data from 2000, the authors examine differentiation among urban immigrant neighborhoods in a sample of U.S. metropolitan areas. They use principal components analysis (PCA) followed by cluster analysis to identify four types of urban immigrant neighborhoods: Hispanic, White Working Class, Asian, and Gentrified. This typology describes the diversity of immigrant populations and immigrant neighborhoods across the urban U.S. 

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