Date of Award
Doctor of Philosophy (PhD)
William Boone, Ph.D.
Robert DeJanes, Ph.D.
Howard Grant, Ph.D.
The purpose of the research was to conduct a study of the impact of gentrification on the Metropolitan Atlanta area. This research focused on the policies that influenced or affected recipient communities because of gentrification. These changes are attributed to residents relocating from various sections of a transitioned community to another community. Available research, however, does not fully address the new challenges recipient communities face because of a boost in its population. Current research does not fully address the pressure on recipient communities’ resources due to (possible) lack of housing, schools, transportation, and social services because of an influx of citizens; nor does the current research fully address an overall strategy to sustainable community and economic development for recipient communities.
Greer, Tammy R., "Cooperative Growth: The Political Economy Impacts on the Recipient Communities in Metropolitan Atlanta, GA" (2017). Electronic Theses & Dissertations Collection for Atlanta University & Clark Atlanta University. 89.
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