Barrett A. Lee spends much of his time researching Social psychology, Demography, Economic geography, Scale and Census. Barrett A. Lee is involved in the study of Social psychology that focuses on Affect in particular. He has included themes like Social relation, Ingroups and outgroups and Contact hypothesis in his Affect study.
Economic geography is frequently linked to Acculturation in his study. His studies deal with areas such as Racism, Metropolitan area and Racial group as well as Scale. In his study, Social change is inextricably linked to Prejudice, which falls within the broad field of Census.
Metropolitan area, Social psychology, Economic geography, Demography and Demographic economics are his primary areas of study. His work deals with themes such as Local community, Unit of analysis, Urban sociology and Socioeconomics, which intersect with Metropolitan area. His work in the fields of Social psychology, such as Affect, overlaps with other areas such as Public opinion and Conceptualization.
His Economic geography research focuses on Population growth and how it connects with Typology. The study incorporates disciplines such as Ecological succession, Census and Racial composition in addition to Demography. His work carried out in the field of Demographic economics brings together such families of science as Economic growth, Social change and Spatial sorting.
Barrett A. Lee focuses on Diversity, Economic geography, Metropolitan area, Generalized entropy index and Census. His Economic geography research incorporates elements of Population growth and American Community Survey, Decennial census. His research in Metropolitan area focuses on subjects like Socioeconomics, which are connected to Economic opportunity.
His Census research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Cartography, Scale, Demography and Spatial ecology. Barrett A. Lee undertakes interdisciplinary study in the fields of Demography and Spatial diffusion through his research. His Popular opinion investigation overlaps with Scholarship and Social psychology.
Barrett A. Lee mostly deals with Diversity, Economic geography, Racial diversity, Large white and Census. Barrett A. Lee performs multidisciplinary study on Economic geography and Homogeneous in his works. Racial diversity is often connected to Demography in his work.
Barrett A. Lee incorporates a variety of subjects into his writings, including Large white, Cultural diversity, Metropolitan area, Decomposition analysis, Visual tool and Ethnic composition. His work on American Community Survey is typically connected to Sample, Fixed effects model, Diversity and Theoretical models as part of general Census study, connecting several disciplines of science. His Sample research spans across into areas like Scholarship and Social psychology.
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The New Homelessness Revisited
Barrett A. Lee;Kimberly A. Tyler;James D. Wright.
Review of Sociology (2010)
Neighborhood context and residential mobility.
Barrett A. Lee;R. S. Oropesa;James W. Kanan.
Beyond the Census Tract: Patterns and Determinants of Racial Segregation at Multiple Geographic Scales.
Barrett A. Lee;Sean F. Reardon;Glenn Firebaugh;Chad R. Farrell.
American Sociological Review (2008)
Sources of Personal Neighbor Networks: Social Integration, Need, or Time?
Karen E. Campbell;Barrett A. Lee.
Social Forces (1992)
Name generators in surveys of personal networks
Karen E. Campbell;Barrett A. Lee.
Social Networks (1991)
The Geographic Scale of Metropolitan Racial Segregation
Sean F. Reardon;Stephen A. Matthews;David O’Sullivan;Barrett A. Lee.
Heterolocalism: an alternative model of the sociospatial behaviour of immigrant ethnic communities.
Wilbur Zelinsky;Barrett A. Lee.
International Journal of Population Geography (1998)
Revisiting the contact hypothesis: The case of public exposure to homelessness
Barrett A. Lee;Chad R. Farrell;Bruce G. Link.
American Sociological Review (2004)
Danger on the Streets Marginality and Victimization Among Homeless People
Barrett A. Lee;Christopher J. Schreck.
American Behavioral Scientist (2005)
Racial differences in urban neighboring
Barrett A. Lee;Karen E. Campbell;Oscar Miller.
Sociological Forum (1991)
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