2 edition of Toward an implicit national urban policy found in the catalog.
Toward an implicit national urban policy
W. Patrick Beaton
by Institute for Urban Studies and Community Service, University of North Carolina at Charlotte in Charlotte, N.C
Written in English
|Other titles||Urban indicators and revenue sharing|
|Statement||W. Patrick Beaton with the assistance of Ron M. Morris.|
|Series||Occasional paper -- Institute for Urban Studies and Community Service, University of North Carolina at Charlotte ; no. 3|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||33 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||33|
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Implicit bias describes the automatic association people make between groups of people and stereotypes about those groups. Under certain conditions, those automatic associations can influence behavior—making people respond in biased ways even when they are not explicitly prejudiced. More than thirty years of research in neurology and social. According to Greenwald and Banaji, people adopt dual attitudes toward a certain object: explicit and implicit. Furthermore, the explicit attitude cannot usually represent the authentic thoughts of an individual because it tends to be influenced by interfering factors (such as social pressure).
Affinity towards diversity (ATD) is the tendency to appreciate the dynamic variety of biophysical and socio-cultural scenarios. ATD may reveal a human predisposition to conserve the diversity necessary to guarantee the preservation of human and natural ecosystems. This study expands upon previous studies which employed only self-report measures by introducing a version of Author: Víctor Omar Corral-Frías, Marc Yancy Lucas, Nadia Saraí Corral-Frías, Víctor Corral-Verdugo, César T. "Unsettling Truths is a must-read for all Christians and should become a staple of seminary education. There is virtually no other book targeted toward a biblically centered audience that explains the theological significance of the doctrine of discovery and its legal progeny for not only Native peoples but for Christian settlers.
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Urban Policy in the Time of Obama explores a broad range of policy arenas that shape, both directly and indirectly, metropolitan areas and urbanization processes. It finds that most of the dominant policies and policy regimes of recent years have fallen short of easing the ills of America’s cities, and calls for a more equitable and just urban policy regime.
Urban policy isn’t just about central cities anymore. The city and suburban jurisdictions that make up metro areas are so interconnected that it doesn’t make sense to focus attention exclusively on core cities. Here in the Washington region, for example, parts of suburban Montgomery and Fairfax Counties are just as densely developed – and Author: Margery Austin Toward an implicit national urban policy book.
Implicit and Explicit Attitudes Toward Female Authority Article (PDF Available) in Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin 26(11) November. Toward an Understanding of Metropolitan America: Report of the Social Science Panel on the Significance of Community in the Metropolitan Environment of the Advisory Committee to the Dept.
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While national urban policy can mean diﬀerent things, a useful distinction is made between explicit urban policies directed to cities and implicit policies that may signiﬁcantly aﬀect cities Author: Abigail Friendly. Uganda’s national Urban Policy: the emerging resPonse 3 to Poverty, Food secUrity and gender in Urban Uganda Policy brieF no.
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The transition to a national sales tax would open a can of worms. At one extreme, the sales tax could include no adjustments.
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Suggested Citation:"2 TOWARD A WORKING DEFINITION OF CONSUMPTION FOR ENVIRONMENTAL RESEARCH AND POLICY."National Research Council. Environmentally Significant Consumption: Research gton, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: / The implicit-association test (IAT) is a measure within social psychology designed to detect the strength of a person's subconscious association between mental representations of objects in is commonly applied to assess implicit stereotypes held by test subjects, such as unconsciously associating stereotypically black names with words consistent with black.
I Can See Clearly Now: Implicit BIas in Policy Making Friday, Aug 9 am – am Implicit bias refers to the attitudes or stereotypes that affect policymakers’ understanding, actions, and decisions in an unconscious manner. ‘Unspoken Politics is a persuasive account of white Americans’ implicit attitudes about racial and ethnic minorities and how these ‘implicit expectations’ influence political decision-making.
Pérez's fine book is essential reading for students of political psychology, public opinion, and the politics of race and ethnicity in the United Cited by: 3.
The policy continua The components of a national urban policy can be characterized by three different policy continua: people versus place, economic versus social, and publicly-led versus privately-led.
Targeting places or people is likely the oldest source of con-tention in the design of urban policy (Dreier, Mollenkopf, &. H housing policy in the United States choices condition many other aspects of the quality of urban life. For ex-ample, the transport, schooling, and neighbourhood opportunities of urban meant that the implicit policy toward housing and homeownership varied Size: 73KB.
The American-born son of Bangladeshi immigrants, an editor at National Review and The Atlantic, Salam has written a book that is simultaneously a personal reflection, an accessible summary of. Research on attitudes toward immigrants and immigration policy is rooted in Blumer's () theory of group position or, more generally, group threat theory and Allport's () theory of prejudice.
Both theories seek to explain in- groups' attitudes toward out-groups, specifically whites' attitudes toward blacks and the racial policies aimed Cited by:. The intellectual justification for gearing government budgetary and monetary policies toward fine‐ tuning the economy (and, in particular, toward generating.
Urban crisis-socioeconomic, fiscal, and political-has seemingly narrowed the range of possible interventions. Growth-oriented redevelopment strategies have not reversed Detroit's decline, but in the wake of crisis, officials have increasingly funnelled limited public resources into the city's commercial core via an implicit policy of "urban Cited by: 2.Included in the coverage: * Towards healthy urban governance in the century of the city"/li>* Healthy cities emerge: Toronto, Ottawa, Copenhagen * The role of policy coalitions in understanding community participation in healthy cities projects * Health impact assessment at the local level * The logic of method for evaluating healthy cities.