- Housing, Contexts, and the Well-Being of Children and Youth
- Managing Editor: Mark D. Shroder
- Associate Editor: Michelle P. Matuga
Housing, Contexts, and the Well-Being of Children and Youth
Guest Editors' Introduction
Elizabeth Rudd and Molly Irwin
Residential Mobility Among Children: A Framework for Child and Family Policy
Sara Anderson, Tama Leventhal, Sandra Newman, and Veronique Dupéré
Profiles of Housing and Neighborhood Contexts Among Low-Income Families: Links With Children’s Well-Being
Rebekah Levine Coley, Melissa Kull, Tama Leventhal and Alicia Doyle Lynch
Getting to Better Performing Schools: The Role of Residential Mobility in School Attainment in Low-Income Neighborhoods
Brett Theodos, Claudia Coulton and Amos Budde
Coercive Sexual Environments: What MTO Tells Us About Neighborhoods and Sexual Safety
Robin Smith, Megan Gallagher, Susan Popkin, Amanda Mireles and Taz George
Promoting Resilience for Children Who Experience Family Homelessness: Opportunities To Encourage Developmental Competence
J.J. Cutuli and Janette E. Herbers
Healthy Start in Housing: A Case Study of a Public Health and Housing Partnership To Improve Birth Outcomes
Emily Feinberg, Bricia Trejo, Brianna Sullivan and Zhandra Ferreira-Cesar Suarez
Moving Beyond Neighborhood: Activity Spaces and Ecological Networks As Contexts for Youth Development
Christopher R. Browning and Brian Soller
Putting Children and Adolescents at the Center of Housing Policy: A Latin American Perspective
Sandra Garcia Jaramillo
Point of Contention: The Home Mortgage Interest Deduction
Misinformed and Misled About the Benefits of the Mortgage Interest Deduction
Dennis J. Ventry, Jr.
Home Energy Efficiency and Mortgage Risks
Nikhil Kaza, Roberto G. Quercia and Chao Yue Tian
Data Shop: Measuring Housing Affordability
Industrial Revolution: Waste Management at the Residential Construction Site
Joseph Laquatra and Mark Pierce
Policy Briefs: Recovery Ratios in the Savings and Loan Crisis: Evidence From the Resolution Trust Corporation’s Sale of Bank-Owned Real Estate
Daniel Bergstresser and Richard Peiser
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