Segmented Assimilation, Local Context and Determinants of Drug Violence in Miami and San Diego: Does Ethnicity and Immigration Matter? 1

@article{Martnez2004SegmentedAL,
  title={Segmented Assimilation, Local Context and Determinants of Drug Violence in Miami and San Diego: Does Ethnicity and Immigration Matter? 1},
  author={R. Mart{\'i}nez and Matthew T. Lee and A. L. Nielsen},
  journal={International Migration Review},
  year={2004},
  volume={38},
  pages={131 - 157}
}
Does the ethnic and immigrant composition of a community and existence of immigrant enclaves or barrios influence community level drug violence? This study explores the relationship between these and other factors in Miami and San Diego census tracts. We employ data about the distribution of Cubans, Central Americans, Haitians, Mexicans and Southeast Asians, controlling for social and economic influences of drug versus non-drug violence. We also analyze the impact of various waves of… Expand

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