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M. Greenberg. “Was 1992-2000 the best of times for American urban neighborhoods?” The Geographical Review, 93(1), 2003, 81-96. Abstract: A survey of about 400 New Jersey residents was conducted in zoo1 in order to determine whether people believed that their home neighborhood benefited during the unprecedented economic boom of the 1990s. In this analysis of public […]1992-2000, 2003, Greenberg, neighborhoods, urban
M. Greenberg, H. Mayer, K.T. Miller, R. Hordon, and D. Knee. “Reestablishing public health and land use planning to protect public water supplies.” American Journal of Public Health, 93(9), 2003, 1522-1526.2003, Greenberg, land use, Mayer, planning, public health, public water supplies, water
M. Greenberg. “Individual-oriented and neighborhood protecting health actions: The critical role of environmental education seeking behavior.” The Environmentalist, 23 (2), 2003, 159-173. Abstract: A relationship between individual health-oriented actions and neighborhood civic activities is proposed, as is a relationship between these behaviors and a personality that seeks information from multiple sources. The proposed relationship was tested […]2003, environmental education, Greenberg, health actions, neighborhood