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In a study of three Washington, DC, neighborhoods, the authors find that differences in resources, cultural norms, and cultural preferences lead to tensions among some residents and perceived exclusion from consumption opportunities for others.

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As a DC resident, this research is part of my lived experience.

Sonya Grier
American University

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This page is a summary of: Dog Parks and Coffee Shops: Faux Diversity and Consumption in Gentrifying Neighborhoods, Journal of Marketing & Public Policy, April 2018, SAGE Publications, DOI: 10.1509/jppm.16.230.
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