Resident-defined neighborhood mapping: using GIS to analyze phenomenological neighborhoods.

  title={Resident-defined neighborhood mapping: using GIS to analyze phenomenological neighborhoods.},
  author={Andrew Lohmann and Grant McMurran},
  journal={Journal of prevention & intervention in the community},
  volume={37 1},
Using a natural quasi-experimental pretest/posttest design, residents in randomly selected homes in a suburb of Los Angeles were surveyed about their perceptions of their neighborhoods with respect to cohesion and sense of community. Responses from the pretest surveys--administered before the construction of a freeway that would bisect the city--were compared to the responses from the posttest survey six years later, administered two years after completion of the freeway. Respondents living… CONTINUE READING


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