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McMaster professor Dr. Lisa Kaida (left) and post-doctoral fellow Dr. Diana Singh (right)

How to Capture Neighborhood Change in Small Cities?

A new study by McMaster professor Dr. Lisa Kaida and post-doctoral fellow Dr. Diana Singh has been published in Canadian Studies in Population.

May 01, 2020

Kaida and Singh’s new article “How to Capture Neighborhood Change in Small Cities” (co-authored with Howard Ramos and Rachel McLay) discusses methodological challenges in studying neighbourhood changes in small cities using Charlottetown, PEI as a case study. This study is part of Dr. Ramos’ SSHRC-funded “Perceptions of Change Project” (http://perceptionsofchange.ca).

View the article here.