Urbanism, Religion, and Race-based Residential Preferences

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Brown, Khari
Duff, Ryan
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2015
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Using the October 2008 Pew Social Trends Survey, the present study finds that worship attendance more strongly contributes to the unwillingness of non-urban Whites to live within racially diverse settings than it does for their urban counterparts. One way to understand these findings is that the greater exposure to diversity among individuals living within more urban contexts may serve as a challenge to conservative attitudes reinforced within worship settings that are largely racially segregated. Contrary to Whites, however, worship attendance is unrelated to the place-based racial attitudes of Blacks and Hispanics living in more and less urban communities.
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Brown, Khari
Duff, Ryan. (2015), Urbanism, Religion, and Race-based Residential Preferences. Journal of Religion & Society, 17.
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Rabbi Myer and Dorothy Kripke Center, Creighton University
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1522-5658
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