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residential mobility


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residential mobility

residential mobility

Neighbourhoods and residential mobility

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Investigating the Impact of Maternal Residential Mobility on Identifying Critical Windows of Susceptibility to Ambient Air Pollution During Pregnancy

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Newbold and DeLuca (2007) Urb. Geog. 28, 7 suggest that whereas mobility is high, new arrivals primarily remain in their initial destination with little difference in the overall distribution. Residential moves are associated with various individual and household characteristics, along with neighbourhood effects and the type of housing initially occupied.

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