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Ph.D., Sociology, Northwestern University
Areas of Specialization
Urban Sociology; Economic Sociology; Organization Theory; Public Space; Residential Segregation; Race and Ethnic Relations
SOCIOL 330-201: Economy and Society
SOCIOL 982-401: Advanced Quantitative Analysis
SOCIOL 361-201: Research Methods in Sociology
SOCIOL/URBST 901-001: Seminar: Urban Social Structures
Britton, M. L. (2014). Latino Spatial and Structural Assimilation: Close Intergroup Friendships among Houston-Area Latinos. Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies, 40(8), 1192-1216.
Britton, M. L., & Goldsmith, P. R. (2013, November). Keeping People in Their Place? Young-Adult Mobility and the Persistence of Residential Segregation in U.S. Metropolitan Areas. Urban Studies, 50(14), 2886-2903.
Britton, M. L. (2013). Race/Ethnicity, Attitudes and Living with Parents during Young Adulthood. Journal of Marriage and Family, 75, 995-1013.
Britton, M. L. (2008). "My Regular Spot": Race and Territory in Urban Public Space. Journal of Contemporary Ethnography, 37(4), 442-468.
Britton, M. L. (2007). Urbanization and Spatial Organization: Hospital and Orphanage Location in Chicago, 1848-1916. Social Forces, 85, 1303-1317.