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What affects perceptions of neighbourhood change?
First-year Sociology PhD student Meghan Gosse has her first peer-reviewed article out. She is lead author of 'What affects perceptions of neighbourhood change?', a study that came out of the Canada-wide Neighbourhood Change Research Partnership. Meghan was one of the research assistants who conducted the survey of Halifax residents that forms the basis for the article, which is available in early online view in The Canadian Geographer / Le géographe canadien.in Her co-authors are Dr. Howard Ramos, Dr. Martha Radice, Dr. Jill L. Grant and Sociology Honours alumnus Paul Pritchard (now a graduate student at University of Toronto).
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