Bibliography

We list below some further examples of work that is relevant to ‘the micro-ecology of contact and segregation’, mostly focusing on relations in the US.

  • Campbell, D.T., Kruskal, W.H., & Wallace, W.P. (1966). Seating aggregation as an index of attitude. Sociometry, 29, 1-15.
  • Davis, M., Seibert, R. & Breed, W. (1966). Interracial seating patterns on New Orleans public transit. Social Problems, 13, 298-306.
  • Green, J.P. & Mellow, N. (1998). Integration where it counts: A study of racial integration in public and private school lunchrooms. Paper presented at the American Political Science Association Meeting. Boston.
  • Grossack, M.M. (1956). Psychological effects of segregation on buses. Journal of Negro Education, 25, 71-74.
  • Kaplan, P.F. & Fugate, D. (1972). Pilot study of racial interaction in a public place: Northern and Southern settings compared. International Journal of Group Tensions, 2, 63-79.
  • Haber, G.M. (1982). Spatial relations between dominants and marginals. Social Psychology Quarterly, 45, 219-228.
  • Maoz I. (2002). Is there contact at all? Intergroup interaction in planned contact interventions between Jews and Arabs in Israel. International Journal of Intercultural Relations, 26, 185-197.
  • McCauley, C., Plummer, M., Moskalenko, S. & Mordkoff, J.B. (2001). The exposure index: A measure of intergroup contact. Peace and Conflict: Journal of Peace Psychology, 7, 321-336.
  • Parker, J.H. (1968). The interaction of Negroes and Whites in an integrated church setting. Social Forces, 46, 359-366.
  • Ruback,  R.B. & Snow, J.N. (1993). Territoriality and non-conscious racism at water fountains. Intruders and drinkers (blacks and whites) are affected by race. Environment and Behavior, 25, 250-267.
  • Schnell, I. & Yoav, B. (2001). The sociospatial isolation of agents in everyday life spaces as an aspect of segregation. Annals of the Association of American Geographers, 91, 622-636.
  • Schofield, J.W. & Sagar, H.A. (1977). Peer interaction patterns in an integrated middle school. Sociometry, 40, 130-138.
  • Silverman, I. & Shaw, M.E. (1973). Effects of sudden mass school desegregation on interracial interaction and attitudes in one southern city. Journal of Social Issues, 29, 133-142.
  • Thomas, M.E. (2005). “I think that’s just natural: The spatiality of racial segregation at a US high school. Environment and Planning A, 37, 233-1248.
  • Zisman, P. & Wilson, V. (1992). Table hopping in the cafeteria: An exploration of ‘racial’ integration in early adolescent social groups.  Anthropology and Educational Quarterly, 23, 199-220.