Silvia R. González (Jiménez)
Silvia R. González (Jiménez)
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Mistrust at the tap? Factors contributing to public drinking water (mis) perception across US households
G Pierce, S Gonzalez
Water Policy 19 (1), 1-12, 2017
Developing a new methodology for analyzing potential displacement
K Chapple, P Waddell, D Chatman, M Zuk, A Loukaitou-Sideris, P Ong, ...
Triangulating neighborhood knowledge to understand neighborhood change: Methods to study gentrification
A Loukaitou-Sideris, S Gonzalez, P Ong
Journal of Planning Education and Research 39 (2), 227-242, 2019
Unreliable water access in US mobile homes: evidence from the American Housing Survey
G Pierce, S Jimenez
Housing Policy Debate 25 (4), 739-753, 2015
Exploring the nexus between social vulnerability, built environment, and the prevalence of COVID-19: A case study of Chicago
SB Kashem, DM Baker, SR González, CA Lee
Sustainable cities and society 75, 103261, 2021
Uneven urbanscape: Spatial structures and ethnoracial inequality
PM Ong, SR Gonzalez
Cambridge University Press, 2019
Transit-oriented development & commercial gentrification: exploring the linkages.
K Chapple, A Loukaitou-Sideris, SR Gonzalez, D Kadin, J Poirier
University of California, Berkeley. Center for Community Innovation, 2017
Public drinking water system coverage and its discontents: the prevalence and severity of water access problems in California's mobile home parks
G Pierce, SR Gonzalez
Environmental Justice 10 (5), 168-173, 2017
Transit neighborhoods, commercial gentrification, and traffic crashes: Exploring the linkages in Los Angeles and the Bay Area
SR González, A Loukaitou-Sideris, K Chapple
Journal of transport geography 77, 79-89, 2019
Improperly-zoned, spatially-marginalized, and poorly-served? An analysis of mobile home parks in Los Angeles County
G Pierce, CJ Gabbe, SR Gonzalez
Land Use Policy 76, 178-185, 2018
Impacts of the Widening Divide: Los Angeles at the forefront of the rent burden crisis
R Ray, P Ong, S Jimenez
Center for the Study of Inequality, UCLA Luskin School of Public Affairs 18, 2014
Sources of and solutions to mistrust of tap water originating between treatment and the tap: Lessons from Los Angeles County
G Pierce, SR Gonzalez, P Roquemore, R Ferdman
Science of the Total Environment 694, 133646, 2019
Struggling to Stay Home: How COVID-19 Shelter in Place Policies Affect Los Angeles County’s Black and Latino Neighborhoods
P Ong, S Gonzalez, C Pech, S Diaz, J Ong, E Ong, J Aguilar
Implications of COVID-19 on at-risk workers by neighborhood in Los Angeles
P Ong, C Pech, S Gonzalez, C Vasquez-Noriega
Systemic racial inequality and the COVID-19 homeowner crisis
P Ong, K Wong, SR Gonzalez
South Los Angeles: Since the sixties
PM Ong, A Comandon, A Cheng, SR González
Center for Neighborhood Knowledge, Luskin School of Public Affairs …, 2018
1992 Revisited: Divergent Paths
P Ong, A Cheng, C Pech, SR Gonzalez
Los Angeles: UCLA School of Public Affairs. Retrieved at http://www. aasc …, 2017
From “trust” to “trustworthiness”: Retheorizing dynamics of trust, distrust, and water security in North America
NJ Wilson, T Montoya, Y Lambrinidou, LM Harris, BJ Pauli, D McGregor, ...
Environment and Planning E: Nature and Space, 25148486221101459, 2022
Housing Insecurity Persists for Renters of Color amid the COVID-19 Pandemic
P Ong, S Gonzalez, P Nazario
Jobless During A Global Pandemic: The Disparate Impact of COVID-19 on Workers of Color in the World’s Fifth Largest Economy
P Ong, S Gonzalez, C Pech, S Diaz, J Ong, E Ong, J Aguilar
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