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1984
Newman, Sandra J.,  Struyk, Raymond J. An Alternative Targeting Strategy for Housing Assistance. Gerontologist. 24, (6), 584-592.
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1985
Lane, Terry Saunders,  Feins, Judith D. Are the elderly overhoused? Definitions of space utilization and policy implication. Gerontologist. 25, (3), 243-250.
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1980
Spain, Daphne,  Long, Larry H. Black Movers to the Suburbs: How Many Are Going to White Neighborhoods?. Washington, DC: United States Bureau of the Census, Center for Demographic Studies.
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1986
Haines, Valerie A. Energy and Urban Form: A Human Ecological Critique. Urban Affairs Quarterly. 21, (3), 337-353.
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1983
Goodman, John L., Jr.,  Streitweiser, Mary L. Explaining Racial Differences: A Study of City-to-Suburb Residential Mobility. Urban Affairs Quarterly. 18, (3), 301-325.
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1982
Krivo, Lauren J. Housing Price Inequalities: A Comparison of Anglos, Blacks, and Spanish-Origin Populations. Urban Affairs Quarterly. 17, (4), 445-462.
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1983
Sell, Ralph R. Transferred Jobs: A Neglected Aspect of Migration and Occupational Change. Work and Occupations. 10, (2), 179-206.
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1979
Roistacher, Elizabeth A.,  Young, Janet Spratlin . Two-Earner Families in the Housing Market. Policy Studies Journal. 8, (2), 227-240.
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1984
McDougall, Gerlad S.,  Bunce, Harold . Urban Service Distributions: Some Answers to Neglected Issues. Urban Affairs Quarterly. 19, (3), 355-371.
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