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Spatial Inequality (SOC)

by Tarry Ahuja, MD
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    The lecture Spatial Inequality (SOC) by Tarry Ahuja, MD is from the course Social Inequality.


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    1. Separation of groups into by racial, ethic, and socioeconomic differences into different neighborhoods.
    2. Separation of groups by geographic factors into different neighborhoods
    3. Separation of groups by law into different neighborhoods
    4. No separation of groups into different neighborhoods
    5. Separation of groups based on school allocation into different neighborhoods
    1. Environmental justice
    2. Social justice
    3. Socioeconomic differences
    4. Racial differences
    5. Health disparity
    1. Residential segregation
    2. Social isolation
    3. Linguistic isolation
    4. Environmental justice
    5. Social reproduction
    1. Equal neighborhood safety in all groups
    2. Cultural isolation
    3. Increased violence between the groups
    4. Increased violence in the lower SES group
    5. More access to environmental protective factors in higher SES group
    1. The unequal amount of resources, services and qualities depending on the location or area such as welfare or medical etc.
    2. The equal amount of resources, services and qualities depending on the location or area such as welfare or medical etc.
    3. The unequal amount of resources depending on the location or area.
    4. The unequal amount of services depending on the location or area.
    5. The unequal amount of qualities depending on the location or area.
    1. Religion.
    2. Ethnic Differences.
    3. Racial Differences.
    4. Affluence.
    5. Education
    1. Decrease in crime and violence with surrounding groups and lower SES segregates subpopulations.
    2. Social, linguistic and cultural isolation.
    3. Violence and crime with surrounding groups.
    4. Increase in crime in lower SES segregates subpopulations.
    5. Increase in violence in lower SES segregates subpopulations.
    1. The trend that people lower on SES have less access to environmental assets and higher presences of negative environmental aspects.
    2. The trend that people on SES have no access to environmental assets and higher presences of negative environmental aspects.
    3. The trend that people lower on SES have greater access to environmental assets and higher presences of negative environmental aspects.
    4. The trend that people lower on SES have less access to environmental assets and lower presences of negative environmental aspects.
    5. The trend that people lower on SES have no access to environmental assets and no presences of environmental aspects.

    Author of lecture Spatial Inequality (SOC)

     Tarry Ahuja, MD

    Tarry Ahuja, MD


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