The significance of relocation for chronically poor families in the USA

@article{Bartlett1997TheSO,
  title={The significance of relocation for chronically poor families in the USA},
  author={Sheridan N. Bartlett},
  journal={Environment \& Urbanization},
  year={1997},
  volume={9},
  pages={121 - 132}
}
  • S. Bartlett
  • Published 1 April 1997
  • Economics
  • Environment & Urbanization
This paper considers the difficulties facing the many low income households who are constantly moving-for instance because of eviction or as they search for better conditions-and the factors influencing their decision to move. After reviewing the literature on relocation, this paper describes the experiences of one low income family living in a small town in the United States who have moved 24 times since the birth of their nine year old daughter. The low paying, poor quality jobs they find do… 
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