Mixed Income Development
Chaskin, R., Khare, A. and Mark L. Joseph. 2012. Participation, Deliberation, and Decision-Making: The Dynamics of Inclusion and Exclusion in Mixed-Income Developments. Urban Affairs Review. 48:5. Find it here
Chaskin, R., Joseph, M.L., Voelker, S., and Amy Dworsky. 2012. Public Housing Transformation and Resident Relocation: Comparing Destinations and Household Characteristics in Chicago. Cityscape. 14:1. Available here
Joseph, Mark L. 2011. Reinventing Older Communities Through Mixed-Income Development: What Are We Learning from Chicago’s Public Housing Transformation? In H. B. Newberger, E.L. Birch, & S. M. Wachter (Eds.), Neighborhood and life changes: How place matters in modern America (pp. 122-139). Philadelphia, PA: Penn Institute for Urban Research.
Chaskin, Robert J., and Mark L. Joseph. 2011. Social Interaction in Mixed-Income Developments: Relational Expectations and Emerging Reality. Journal of Urban Affairs. 00:0, 1-29. Available here
Smith, Robin E., G. Thomas Kingsly, Mary K. Cunningham, Susan J. Popkin, Kassie Dumlao, Ingrid Gould Ellen, Mark Joseph, and Deborah McKoy. 2010. Monitoring Success in Choice Neighborhoods: A Proposed Approach to Performance Measurement. The Urban Institute. Available here and Find it here
Joseph, Mark L. and Robert J. Chaskin. 2010. Living in a Mixed-Income Development: Resident Perceptions of the Benefits and Disadvantages of Two Development in Chicago. Urban Studies. 47:11. Find it here
Joseph, Mark. 2010. Creating Mixed-Income Developments in Chicago: Developer and Service Provider Perspectives. Housing Policy Debate. Available here**
Chaskin, Robert J. and Mark L. Joseph. 2010. Building “Community” in Mixed-Income Developments: Assumptions, Approaches, and Early Experiences. Urban Affairs Review. 45, 299-335. Available FREE here
de Souza Briggs, Xavier, Greg Duncan, Katherine Edin, Mark Joseph, Robert D. Mare, John Mollenkopf, et al. 2009. Research Design for the Study of Mixed-Income Housing. UC Los Angeles: California Center for Population Research. Find it here
Joseph, Mark and Jessica Feldman. 2009. Creating and Sustaining Successful Mixed-Income Communities: Conceptualizing the Role of Schools. Education and Urban Society. 41:6, 623-652. Find it here
Joseph, Mark. In press. Reinventing Older Communities Through Mixed-Income Development: What Are We Learning From Chicago’s Public Housing Transformation? In Susan Wachter et. al. ed. Reinventing Older Communities: How Does Place Matter? University of Pennsylvania.
Joseph, Mark. 2008. Early Resident Experiences at a New Mixed-Income Development in Chicago. Journal of Urban Affairs. 30:3, 229-257. Find it here
Joseph, Mark L., Robert J. Chaskin and Henry S. Webber. 2007. The Theoretical Basis for Addressing Poverty Through Mixed-Income Development. Urban Affairs Review. 42:3, 369-409. Find it here
Joseph, Mark. 2006. Is Mixed-Income Development an Antidote to Urban Poverty? Housing Policy Debate. 17:2, 209-234. Find it here
Comprehensive Community Development
Joseph, Mark and Renae Ogletree. 1998. Community Organizing and Comprehensive Community Initiatives. Journal of Sociology and Social Welfare, 25:1, 71-80. Find it here
Chaskin, Robert J., Mark L. Joseph and Selma Chipenda-Dansokho. 1997. Implementing Comprehensive Community Development: Possibilities and Limitations. Social Work, 42:5, 435-444. Reprinted in Patricia Ewalt, Edith M. Freeman, and Dennis L. Poole, eds, 1998. Community Building: Renewal, Well-Being, and Shared Responsibility. Washington, D.C.: National Association of Social Work Press. Find it here
Kubisch, Anne, Prue Brown, Robert Chaskin, Janice Hirota, Mark Joseph, Harold Richman and Michelle Roberts. 1997. Voices from the Field: Learning from Comprehensive Community Initiatives. Washington, D.C.: The Aspen Institute. Find it here
Joseph, Mark. In press. Understanding the Economic Costs of Incarceration for African American Males. In Waldo Johnson, Jr. ed. Social Work and Social Welfare Responses to African American Males. Oxford University Press.
Joseph, Mark. 2003. The Impact of Arrests on Earnings: Evidence from the National Youth Survey. Chicago Policy Review, 7:1, 47-6.
** Author Posting. (c) Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, 2010. This is the author’s version of the work. It is posted here by permission of Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University for personal use, not for redistribution.
The definitive version was published in Housing Policy Debate, Volume 20 Issue 1, January 2010. Find it here