Reassessing racial and socioeconomic disparities in environmental justice research

@article{Mohai2006ReassessingRA,
  title={Reassessing racial and socioeconomic disparities in environmental justice research},
  author={Paul Mohai and Robin Saha},
  journal={Demography},
  year={2006},
  volume={43},
  pages={383-399}
}
The number of studies examining racial and socioeconomic disparities in the geographic distribution of environmental hazards and locally unwanted land uses has grown considerably over the past decade. Most studies have found statistically significant racial and socioeconomic disparities associated with hazardous sites. However, there is considerable variation in the magnitude of racial and socioeconomic disparities found; indeed, some studies have found none. Uncertainties also exist about the… CONTINUE READING

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