Principal Investigator(s): Rosenstone, Steven J.
Summary: The 1989 Detroit Area Study is a social, economic, and political profile of the tri-county Detroit area (Wayne, Oakland, and Macomb counties). This study addresses fundamental issues of inequality and explores the public's views on crime, education, class, and race. Assessments of the nature and extent of citizen involvement in these community problems and issues are included. A substantial part of the study is devoted to a detailed examination of the extent of racial segregation in the tri... (view full summary)
Persistent URL: http://dx.doi.org/10.3886/ICPSR06410.v2
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