Have Cities Ceased to Function as "Integration Machines" for Young People?

Heitmeyer W (2002)
In: Youth in Cities. A Cross National Perspective. Tienda M, Wilson WJ (Eds);Cambridge: University Press: 87-112.

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Heitmeyer W. Have Cities Ceased to Function as "Integration Machines" for Young People? In: Tienda M, Wilson WJ, eds. Youth in Cities. A Cross National Perspective. Cambridge: University Press; 2002: 87-112.
Heitmeyer, W. (2002). Have Cities Ceased to Function as "Integration Machines" for Young People? In M. Tienda & W. J. Wilson (Eds.), Youth in Cities. A Cross National Perspective (pp. 87-112). Cambridge: University Press.
Heitmeyer, W. (2002). “Have Cities Ceased to Function as "Integration Machines" for Young People?” in Youth in Cities. A Cross National Perspective, Tienda, M., and Wilson, W. J. eds. (Cambridge: University Press), 87-112.
Heitmeyer, W., 2002. Have Cities Ceased to Function as "Integration Machines" for Young People? In M. Tienda & W. J. Wilson, eds. Youth in Cities. A Cross National Perspective. Cambridge: University Press, pp. 87-112.
W. Heitmeyer, “Have Cities Ceased to Function as "Integration Machines" for Young People?”, Youth in Cities. A Cross National Perspective, M. Tienda and W.J. Wilson, eds., Cambridge: University Press, 2002, pp.87-112.
Heitmeyer, W.: Have Cities Ceased to Function as "Integration Machines" for Young People? In: Tienda, M. and Wilson, W.J. (eds.) Youth in Cities. A Cross National Perspective. p. 87-112. University Press, Cambridge (2002).
Heitmeyer, Wilhelm. “Have Cities Ceased to Function as "Integration Machines" for Young People?”. Youth in Cities. A Cross National Perspective. Ed. M. Tienda and W.J. Wilson. Cambridge: University Press, 2002. 87-112.
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