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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
722017
Developing a new methodology for analyzing potential displacement
K Chapple, P Waddell, D Chatman, M Zuk, A Loukaitou-Sideris, P Ong, ...
692017
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
572019
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
462015
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
292021
Uneven urbanscape: Spatial structures and ethnoracial inequality
PM Ong, SR Gonzalez
Cambridge University Press, 2019
262019
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
232017
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
222017
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
212019
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
162018
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
162014
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
122019
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
72020
Implications of COVID-19 on at-risk workers by neighborhood in Los Angeles
P Ong, C Pech, S Gonzalez, C Vasquez-Noriega
62020
Systemic racial inequality and the COVID-19 homeowner crisis
P Ong, K Wong, SR Gonzalez
52020
South Los Angeles: Since the sixties
PM Ong, A Comandon, A Cheng, SR González
Center for Neighborhood Knowledge, Luskin School of Public Affairs …, 2018
52018
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
52017
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
42022
Housing Insecurity Persists for Renters of Color amid the COVID-19 Pandemic
P Ong, S Gonzalez, P Nazario
42022
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
42020
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