Kathryn M. Neckerman
Kathryn M. Neckerman
Research Scientist, Columbia Population Research Center
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“We’d love to hire them, but…”: The meaning of race for employers
J Kirshenman, KM Neckerman
Race and ethnic conflict, 152-161, 2019
Built environments and obesity in disadvantaged populations
GS Lovasi, MA Hutson, M Guerra, KM Neckerman
Epidemiologic reviews 31 (1), 7-20, 2009
Inequality: Causes and consequences
KM Neckerman, F Torche
Annu. Rev. Sociol. 33 (1), 335-357, 2007
Using Google Street View to audit neighborhood environments
AG Rundle, MDM Bader, CA Richards, KM Neckerman, JO Teitler
American journal of preventive medicine 40 (1), 94-100, 2011
Poverty and family structure: The widening gap between evidence and public policy issues
WJ Wilson
University of Wisconsin--Madison, 1985
Hiring strategies, racial bias, and inner-city workers
KM Neckerman, J Kirschenman
Social problems 38 (4), 433-447, 1991
Measuring urban design: Metrics for livable places
RH Ewing, O Clemente, KM Neckerman, M Purciel-Hill, JW Quinn, ...
Island Press, 2013
Neighborhood food environment and walkability predict obesity in New York City
A Rundle, KM Neckerman, L Freeman, GS Lovasi, M Purciel, J Quinn, ...
Environmental health perspectives 117 (3), 442-447, 2009
Segmented assimilation and minority cultures of mobility
KM Neckerman, P Carter, J Lee
Ethnic and racial studies 22 (6), 945-965, 1999
Children living in areas with more street trees have lower prevalence of asthma
GS Lovasi, JW Quinn, KM Neckerman, MS Perzanowski, A Rundle
Journal of Epidemiology & Community Health 62 (7), 647-649, 2008
The urban built environment and obesity in New York City: a multilevel analysis
A Rundle, AVD Roux, LM Freeman, D Miller, KM Neckerman, CC Weiss
American Journal of Health Promotion 21 (4_suppl), 326-334, 2007
The uneven spread of single-parent families: What do we know? Where do we look for answers
DT Ellwood, C Jencks, KM Neckerman
Social inequality 1 (1), 3-77, 2004
Disparities in urban neighborhood conditions: evidence from GIS measures and field observation in New York City
KM Neckerman, GS Lovasi, S Davies, M Purciel, J Quinn, E Feder, ...
Journal of public health policy 30, S264-S285, 2009
Association of proximity and density of parks and objectively measured physical activity in the United States: A systematic review
C Bancroft, S Joshi, A Rundle, M Hutson, C Chong, CC Weiss, ...
Social science & medicine 138, 22-30, 2015
Streetscape features related to pedestrian activity
R Ewing, A Hajrasouliha, KM Neckerman, M Purciel-Hill, W Greene
Journal of Planning Education and Research 36 (1), 5-15, 2016
Disparities in neighborhood food environments: Implications of measurement strategies
MDM Bader, M Purciel, P Yousefzadeh, KM Neckerman
Economic geography 86 (4), 409-430, 2010
Neighborhood safety and green space as predictors of obesity among preschool children from low-income families in New York City
GS Lovasi, O Schwartz-Soicher, JW Quinn, DK Berger, KM Neckerman, ...
Preventive medicine 57 (3), 189-193, 2013
Social inequality
K Neckerman
Russell Sage Foundation, 2004
Effect of individual or neighborhood disadvantage on the association between neighborhood walkability and body mass index
GS Lovasi, KM Neckerman, JW Quinn, CC Weiss, A Rundle
American journal of public health 99 (2), 279-284, 2009
Reconsidering access: park facilities and neighborhood disamenities in New York City
CC Weiss, M Purciel, M Bader, JW Quinn, G Lovasi, KM Neckerman, ...
Journal of urban health 88, 297-310, 2011
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