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  • Social Area Analysis
    Library Guides Research Guides A Z By discipline school By major How do I find Citation Management RefWorks EndNote Zotero Course Materials Chalk Course Reserves Finding Course Materials Trials and Betas Libraries Collections About the Library Departments Staff Newsroom Digital Activities Collections Employment Gifts Collections Research Centers Special Collections Research Center Other Collections Collection Development Policies Campus Libraries Maps Floor Plans Call Number Guide New Acquisitions Suggest a Book Purchase Using the Library Access Hours Available Computers Access and Privileges Borrowing Renewing Off Campus Access Services Facilities Interlibrary Loan UBorrow Scan Deliver Ask a Librarian Subject Specialists Copyright Info Center ID Privileges Office Dissertation Office Library Instruction Copy Print and Scan Information For Visitors Faculty Students University Staff Alumni Library Friends Patrons with Disabilities Leave feedback on our new home page Social Area Analysis Social area analysis essentially involves a statistical procedure to identify from a sometimes quite large database of socio economic data the most salient underlying variables Very often most of the variance in a group of dozens of variables can be accounted for by three or four dimensions It is probably fair to say that the heyday of this approach occurred in the 1970s It has cropped

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  • Neighborhood Types
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  • Neighborhood types
    standard deviation from the mean of greater than 1 The fourteen neigborhood types are as follows 1 32 7 40 3 43 2 48 6 VUrPoNa Very non suburban impoverished non linguistically isolated Hispanic The core African American neighborhoods of the South and West Sides Nearly two standard deviations below the mean on non suburban dimension 1 2 30 3 38 7 43 1 65 3 VUrVPoNaVFa Very non suburban very impoverished non linguistically isolated Hispanic with a high concentration of young families Mostly African American neighborhoods on the edge of type 1 neighborhoods Nearly two standard deviations from the mean on non suburban dimension 1 3 45 7 45 8 44 1 45 5 Na Non linguistically isolated Hispanic with just slightly below average scores on the other dimensions Mostly middle class African American neighborhoods on the Far South Side and in Gary 4 47 6 43 5 45 5 62 0 PoVFa Impoverished with a very high concentration of young families Mostly found along the southern and western edges of the City of Chicago in Maywood and in Belwood and in the older suburban central places 5 48 0 47 2 59 6 44 7 IsNo Linguistically isolated Hispanic with few young families Largely Hispanic or immigrant neighborhoods toward the edge of the City or in the suburbs 6 45 5 42 1 66 6 59 6 VIsFa Very linguistically isolated Hispanic with a high concentration of young families Hispanic neighborhoods for the most part including several in older suburban central places like Waukegan Elgin Aurora and Joliet 7 42 6 44 6 72 3 50 5 UrPoVIs Non suburban impoverished very linguistically isolated Hispanic Mostly Hispanic neighborhoods away from the core Hispanic areas More than two standard deviations above the mean on linguistically isolated Hispanic dimension 3

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  • Note on Trysys
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  • Four Dimensions
    Research Center Other Collections Collection Development Policies Campus Libraries Maps Floor Plans Call Number Guide New Acquisitions Suggest a Book Purchase Using the Library Access Hours Available Computers Access and Privileges Borrowing Renewing Off Campus Access Services Facilities Interlibrary Loan UBorrow Scan Deliver Ask a Librarian Subject Specialists Copyright Info Center ID Privileges Office Dissertation Office Library Instruction Copy Print and Scan Information For Visitors Faculty Students University Staff Alumni Library Friends Patrons with Disabilities Leave feedback on our new home page Four Dimensions The four oblique key cluster dimensions with the factor loadings of the most salient dimension definers are as follows 1 Suburban vs Non Suburban Su vs Ur The seven definers are 95 Percent with no car in household 90 Percent in married couple household 88 Percent in owner occupied dwelling 84 Percent in single family housing unit 81 Percent receiving public aid 81 Percent using public transportation to get to work 79 Percent white 2 Wealthy High Professional Status vs Poor Low Professional Status We vs Po The six definers are 93 Mean per capita income 92 Percent with college degree 87 Percent with managerial professional occupation 86 Median household income 86 Median value of owner

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  • MISSING TITLE
    A Z By discipline school By major How do I find Citation Management RefWorks EndNote Zotero Course Materials Chalk Course Reserves Finding Course Materials Trials and Betas Libraries Collections About the Library Departments Staff Newsroom Digital Activities Collections Employment Gifts Collections Research Centers Special Collections Research Center Other Collections Collection Development Policies Campus Libraries Maps Floor Plans Call Number Guide New Acquisitions Suggest a Book Purchase Using the Library Access Hours Available Computers Access and Privileges Borrowing Renewing Off Campus Access Services Facilities Interlibrary Loan UBorrow Scan Deliver Ask a Librarian Subject Specialists Copyright Info Center ID Privileges Office Dissertation Office Library Instruction Copy Print and Scan Information For Visitors Faculty Students University Staff Alumni Library Friends Patrons with Disabilities Leave feedback on our new home page Technical note on boundaries There were many changes in the tract boundaries used by the Census Bureau for the Chicago area between 1980 and 1990 Some outer counties were tracted for the first time Many tracts were split And a small number of tract boundaries were changed in more complicated ways Where tracts were split we have used 1980 tract boundaries in these maps 1990 data have been consolidated to 1980 tract boundaries

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    By discipline school By major How do I find Citation Management RefWorks EndNote Zotero Course Materials Chalk Course Reserves Finding Course Materials Trials and Betas Libraries Collections About the Library Departments Staff Newsroom Digital Activities Collections Employment Gifts Collections Research Centers Special Collections Research Center Other Collections Collection Development Policies Campus Libraries Maps Floor Plans Call Number Guide New Acquisitions Suggest a Book Purchase Using the Library Access Hours Available

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    Dictionaries Search by Keyword Anywhere Title Author Subject Keyword ISBN Campus Libraries Search Catalogs Lens Search Catalog Worldcat Databases Articles Database Finder Articles Plus Google Scholar Ejournals Ebooks Ebooks HathiTrust Google Books Open Library Guides Tools Library Guides Research Guides A Z By discipline school By major How do I find Citation Management RefWorks EndNote Zotero Course Materials Chalk Course Reserves Finding Course Materials Trials and Betas Libraries Collections About the Library Departments Staff Newsroom Digital Activities Collections Employment Gifts Collections Research Centers Special Collections Research Center Other Collections Collection Development Policies Campus Libraries Maps Floor Plans Call Number Guide New Acquisitions Suggest a Book Purchase Using the Library Access Hours Available Computers Access and Privileges Borrowing Renewing Off Campus Access Services Facilities Interlibrary Loan UBorrow Scan Deliver Ask a Librarian Subject Specialists Copyright Info Center ID Privileges Office Dissertation Office Library Instruction Copy Print and Scan Information For Visitors Faculty Students University Staff Alumni Library Friends Patrons with Disabilities Leave feedback on our new home page Change in population by ethnicity 1980 1990 Change in African American population 1980 1990 Chicago and Vicinity Change in African American population 1980 1990 Chicago Metropolitan Region Change in Hispanic population 1980 1990

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