Patterns of Population Distribution: A Residential Preference Model and Its Dynamic, Issue 176
University of Chicago, Committee on Geographical Studies, Research Papers, 1978 - Social Science - 200 pages
"Being Faithful in Diversity considers the facts and natures of religious diversity and examines responses to them. It then explores the more difficult issue about how it is we are to be true to our religious positions and live within the context of religious diversity. The challenges we face include the fact of religious diversity in itself, the decline of old supports for faith, the disappearance of former taken for granted starting places, such as the monarchy, the British empire and Christendom; and finally the rise of and presence of newer forms of inter-religious competition and conflict. Newspapers are full of images of religious conflict overseas and reports of religious competition and conflict at home. Is it possible to negotiate the competing demands and claims between religious groups and the competition and conflict between them and secularist groups?"--Back cover.
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The Role of Residential Preferences
POTENTIAL MIGRATION RATES
Changes Over Time and the Stability
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50 per cent Actual migration affect scale analysis behavior Census CENT CHANGE chapter coefficient coefficient of determination correlation CROSS-TABULATION OF PREFER cultural geography cultural predispositions cycle density desire to live dwelling unit East North Central East South economic effect England factors Figure frontier myth gain here/elsewhere interregional migration flows interview live elsewhere loss matrix Mid-Atlantic Middle Atlantic Mountain move National observed out-migration overall Pacific patterns persons desiring place and region place preferences POPULATION BY REGION population density population distribution Predicted migration PREFER TO LIVE projected proportion desiring proportion of persons q^nos qanos question region and type regression Research residence residential preferences respondent's rural areas rural-farm areas satisfaction with dwelling satisfaction with neighborhood satisfied shows South Atlantic Suburb Town suburban survey Table TCTAL tion transition matrix type of place type places urban variable vector want to live West North West South Zelinsky