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A place-conscious approach can strengthen integrated strategies in poor neighborhoods

@inproceedings{Turner2015APA,
  title={A place-conscious approach can strengthen integrated strategies in poor neighborhoods},
  author={Margery Austin Turner},
  year={2015}
}
Ample research evidence establishes that conditions in severely depressed neighborhoods undermine both the quality of daily life and the long-term life chances of parents and children. Policymakers and practitioners working to improve well-being and economic mobility in poor neighborhoods generally agree on the need for integrated approaches. Traditionally, many of these interventions have either adopted a place-based or a people-based strategy. 
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