Emily V. Rosenbaum

Affiliations: 
Sociology Fordham University, Bronx, NY, United States 
Area:
Social Structure and Development, Ethnic and Racial Studies, Black Studies
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Camacho-Rivera M, Rosenbaum E, Yama C, et al. (2016) Low-Income Housing Rental Assistance, Perceptions of Neighborhood Food Environment, and Dietary Patterns among Latino Adults: the AHOME Study. Journal of Racial and Ethnic Health Disparities
Chambers EC, Fuster D, Suglia SF, et al. (2015) Depressive Symptomology and Hostile Affect among Latinos Using Housing Rental Assistance: the AHOME Study. Journal of Urban Health : Bulletin of the New York Academy of Medicine. 92: 611-21
Chambers EC, Rosenbaum E. (2014) Cardiovascular health outcomes of Latinos in the Affordable Housing as an Obesity Mediating Environment (AHOME) study: a study of rental assistance use. Journal of Urban Health : Bulletin of the New York Academy of Medicine. 91: 489-98
Rosenbaum E. (2014) Stuck in place: urban neighborhoods and the end of progress toward racial equality Journal of Children and Poverty. 20: 67-68
Rosenbaum E. (2008) Racial/ethnic differences in asthma prevalence: the role of housing and neighborhood environments. Journal of Health and Social Behavior. 49: 131-45
Rosenbaum E, Rochford JA. (2008) Generational patterns in academic performance: The variable effects of attitudes and social capital Social Science Research. 37: 350-372
Friedman S, Rosenbaum E. (2007) Does suburban residence mean better neighborhood conditions for all households? Assessing the influence of nativity status and race/ethnicity Social Science Research. 36: 1-27
Rosenbaum E, Friedman S. (2006) Generational Patterns in Home Ownership and Housing Quality among Racial/Ethnic Groups in New York City, 1999 International Migration Review. 38: 1492-1533
Rosenbaum E, Argeros G. (2005) Holding the line: Housing turnover and the persistence of racial/ethnic segregation in New York City Journal of Urban Affairs. 27: 261-281
Friedman S, Rosenbaum E. (2004) Nativity Status and Racial/Ethnic Differences in Access to Quality Housing: Does Homeownership Bring Greater Parity? Housing Policy Debate. 15: 865-901
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