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Community ties: Patterns of attachment and social interaction in urban neighborhoods

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Correspondence to Stephanie Riger.

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This research was partially supported by NIMH Grant #ROIMH29620-01 and LEAA Grant #78-NI-AX-0057. The authors are grateful to their colleagues at the Center for Urban Affairs at Northwestern University and to Chris Keys for helpful comments on earlier drafts.

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Riger, S., Lavrakas, P.J. Community ties: Patterns of attachment and social interaction in urban neighborhoods. Am J Commun Psychol 9, 55–66 (1981). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF00896360

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Keywords

  • Social Interaction
  • Social Psychology
  • Health Psychology
  • Urban Neighborhood