We thus aim to gain a better understanding of the extent to which groups are sharing residential space and with whom, and whether spatial assimilation is a good predictor of the patterns and trends of these groups. The segregation patterns for Cubans were in many ways similar to those for Puerto Ricans, though their dissimilarity from other Hispanics was a little higher. Annual Review of Sociology. Zip code-level risk factors for tuberculosis: Seeing the City Through a Prism of Race.
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Who is white? : Latinos, Asians, and the new black/nonblack divide
This change from the crude to adjusted estimates appears to be driven largely by confounding by Hispanic density, which is inversely correlated with black density; that is, in crude models — without adjustment for Hispanic density — black PTB risks increase with increasing black density because of associated decreases in protective Hispanic density. The findings for Hispanics as a whole are not mirrored for all Hispanic groups. This is mainly a function of the overall rapid growth of the Hispanic population. Among Hispanics there were no qualitative differences in weighted vs. Asians as a whole, and all six Asian groups, showed a decline in dissimilarity with non-Hispanic Blacks from tothough the index remained high ranging from 53 for Filipinos to 69—70 for Chinese and Koreans.