- Small towns
Closely Matching Concepts from Other Schemes
- found: Work cat.: 2007031271; New faces in new places : the changing geography of American immigration, 2008: ECIP data view (immigrants are increasingly drawn to small and medium size towns throughout the United States)
- found: Beyond the metropolis : urban geography as if small cities mattered, c2007: t.p. ; p. 3 (status of small city studies within urban studies and urban geography; throughout text a small city is defined as city with 100,000 people or less (Ofori-Amoah 1997)) p. 4 (According to Census Bureau, 40 percent of Americans lived in cities with population between 10,000 and 100,000 people in 2000) p. 347 (analysis of social and spatial structure of small cities shows that small cities are miniature replicas of large cities, but with some different features)
- found: Small cities : urban experience beyond the metropolis, 2006.
- found: The small cities book : on the cultural future of small cities, 2005.
- found: "Homicide trends in the United States" via U.S. Dept. of Justice Bureau of Justice Statistics WWW site, viewed August 1, 2007: trends by city size ("large cities have a population of 100,000 or more while small cities have a population of less than 100,000")
- 2007-08-06: new
- 2007-09-27: revised
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