Reconsidering residential mobility: Differential effects on child wellbeing by race and ethnicity.

@article{Perkins2017ReconsideringRM,
  title={Reconsidering residential mobility: Differential effects on child wellbeing by race and ethnicity.},
  author={Kristin L Perkins},
  journal={Social science research},
  year={2017},
  volume={63},
  pages={
          124-137
        }
}
Residential mobility is a common experience among Americans, especially children. Most previous research finds residential mobility has negative effects on children's educational attainment, delinquency, substance abuse, and physical and mental health. Previous research, however, does not fully explore whether the effect of mobility differs by child race/ethnicity, in part because many of the samples used for these studies were majority white or exclusively non-white or disadvantaged. In… CONTINUE READING

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