Document Type

Thesis

Degree

Master of Arts (MA)

Department

Global and Sociocultural Studies

First Advisor's Name

Walter Gillis Peacock

First Advisor's Committee Title

Committee Chair

Second Advisor's Name

Betty Hearn Morrow

Third Advisor's Name

Alex Stepick

Date of Defense

8-19-1994

Abstract

This study looks at the process of reaccumulation of resources in Miami following Hurricane Andrew. Emphasis is on differences between four major ethnic groups: Anglos, African- Americans, Cubans and non-Cuban Hispanics. Secondary data is used to analyze measures of housing recovery on a census block group level. Results indicate that, while there are ethnic consequences on a block groups level, support for enclave hypotheses are equivocal.

Identifier

FI14050470

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Sociology Commons

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