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, 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
Is the environment near home and school associated with physical activity and adiposity of urban preschool children?
GS Lovasi, JS Jacobson, JW Quinn, KM Neckerman, ...
Journal of urban health 88, 1143-1157, 2011
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