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Racial Stratification in the U.S

racial Stratification in the U.S

sample of household heads from 1996 to 2012. The homeowner health advantages among each racial/ethnic group are much larger among the low-income sample than the total sample, and statistically significant for the Historical Rights of Act 1964 White, Black, and Asian households (marginally significant for Latinos with p slightly greater than.05). Reference categories for binary variables indicated after variable names. There is no significant difference between Whites and Latinos. Variables Model 1 Model 2 Model 3 Model 4 Owner (ref Renter).025* (7.19).031* (7.66) Black (ref White).030* (7.88).028* (7.13) Latino (ref White).004 (0.91).011* (2.19) Asian (ref White).019* (2.55).025* (3.32) White Owner (ref White Renter).022* (3.27).022. More specifically, these chapters examine differential access to resources by race.

Paper presented at the Greater Boston Social Survey Community Conference, John nnedy Library, Boston, Mass., November. p.001, *.01, and *p.05 (two-tailed test) Consistent with past research, recent immigrants, those with higher education, income, and private insurance have higher probabilities of good health.

Table 4 Results of Logistic Regression Analyses under Sample Restrictions, Presented as the Owner-Renter Difference in the Predicted Probability of Good Health and (t-statistics). Edited by Elijah Anderson and Douglas Massey. American Journal of Economics and Sociology 49:129151. Race and class stratification may also intersect, intensifying any potential the Case Against torture burden for minority homeowners. Aiken and Sloane point to racial disparities in access to treatment among aids patients; blacks have less access than whites to effective drugs and are less likely than whites). The third column presents the owner-renter difference in the prevalence of good health. Elo and Preston are concerned with the consequences of census undercounts of blacks for congressional representation and the distribution of federal funding. Total Owner Rent Owner - Rent.843.808.035* White.848.811.037* Black.780.760.020* Latino.841.834.007 Asian.884.861.023 Open in a separate window Note : Estimates use sampling weights to adjust for sampling design and nonresponse. Table 2 Prevalence of Good Health by Race/Ethnicity and Homeownership Status.

Examining competing explanations for differences in economic outcomes by race, Madden shows that income inequality is explained by current discrimination, not spatial models such as the underclass explanation or the spatial mismatch hypothesis. National Research Council 1989, a Common Destiny: Blacks and American Society,.Jaynes and.Williams, eds. In short, race stratification not only affects group differences in SES, it impinges on neighborhood stability and even psychological and physical health.