William H. Frey's research while affiliated with University of Michigan and other places

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This study examines the changing profile of the urban United States, with particular reference to the impact of immigration, suburbanization, and growing diversity associated with increased racial and income polarization. "This overview provides a backdrop by focusing on the forces that shape key demographic trends across broad regions and in metro...

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... Third, this study points to the inability of what is commonly defined as "suburban" to capture the heterogeneous local responses with immigrant suburbanization. Much prior work has relied on the urban/suburban dichotomy as one of the most important geographic classifications in the analysis of immigrant settlements (Frey & Fielding, 1996;Walker & Leitner, 2011), and operationalize the suburbs as a single and undifferentiated entity. While not diminishing the appropriate focus given to urban-suburban differences, our results urge scholars to give precedence to the heterogeneous processes of residential integration occurring concurrently within the suburbs. ...
... Environmental Emission resulted from auto dependency Anderson et al. (1996) Increased fuel and energy use Newman and Kentworthy (1988); U.S. EPA (2001) Faster consumption of land resources Dwyer and Childs (2004); Landis (1995); Kahn (2000); Porter (2000) Loss or disruption of biodiversity Harris (1984); Kautz (1993) Economic Higher infrastructure and public service costs Burchell et al. (2000); Ewing (1997); Frank (1989) Inner-city decline Frey and Fielding (1995); Wilson (1996) Social Racial segregation Ewing (1997); Stoll (2005) Weakened social ties Freeman (2001) Increasing obesity and blood pressure Lopez and Hynes (2003); McCann and Ewing (2003); Saelens et al (2003) LITERATURE REVIEW: URBAN FORM AND WASTE MANAGEMENT While previous land use planning has largely limited to waste facility siting, multi-disciplinary literature suggests that urban form interacts with waste management in multiple ways. This section gathers empirical evidence from multiple disciplines and discusses the implications of community characteristics for waste management planning. ...