Postmodern Segregation: Patterns, Causes, and Consequences in the 21st Century

A PSC Brown Bag Seminar

Douglas S. Massey (Princeton University, Office of Population Research and Department of Sociology)

Monday, 01-10-2011.   ARCHIVED EVENT

Location: 6050 ISR Thompson St

During last two decades of the 20th century, racial segregation fell while class segregation rose, yielding a new and more complex pattern of segregation by race and class, with race class interactions becoming increasingly salient. Recent trends in race-class segregation are documented, and then the causes and consequences of contemporary segregation are analyzed to reveal the new but still powerful role of segregation in structuring well-being in American society.

PSC Brown Bag seminars highlight recent research in population studies and serve as a focal point for building our research community.

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