Racial integration and attitudes have been studied extensively, however very little research has been conducted on the influence of residence on race relations and attitudes. In the book Race and Place: Race Relations in an American City by Susan Welch, Lee Sigelman, Timothy Bledsoe and Michael Combs, this untapped area of study is extensively examined. The central premise of this book is exploring whether living together or separately shape blacks and whites interaction, their opinion
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not effect your views. This book made it so clear, that of course, where you live does effect the way you see yourself and others. The authors did a remarkable job of making this topic interesting and comprehensible to even people who would not be familiar with topics such as these. This book has broadened my perspective not only on black and white racial issues but how spatial segregation can lead to many social implications. .