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" ... socio-economic attributes, they do appear to differ in one important respect - - fear of crime. Baseline survey data indicate that crime victimization rates among MTO applicants are dramatically higher than among public housing residents generally.... "
Expanding Housing Choices for Hud-Assisted Families: Moving to Opportunity ... - Page 11
by DIANE Publishing Company - 1997 - 31 pages
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Expanding Housing Choices for HUD-assisted Families: First Biennial Report ...

1996 - 48 pages in four MTO applicants in Baltimore was working, compared to only 13 percent of non-applicants. However, statistical analysis of these differences...months, compared to 47.7 percent of MTO applicants. MTO Applicants' Fear Crime, Drugs, and Gangs A Vietnamese-American mother of three young children in...
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