Place by Place, Atlas of Inequality Highlights City's Income Differences
Economic inequality is often discussed in terms of the communities where people live or work. Khoury College alumnus Dan Calacci (BSCS ’16) is intrigued by the idea that a kind of segregation “also happens in the places where people hang out.” Referred to in sociology circles as the Third Place – not home or work, but where people spend their leisure time – Calacci’s recent work focuses on demographics in the places where “people share ideas, talk and hang out, where you can be with people but not responsible for hosting them.”
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