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63038-4PhenX - race - ethnic residential segregation protocol 211401Trial

Status Information

Status
Trial

Term Description

The protocol is based on extracting data from the U.S. Census Bureau on a set of variables related to the concept of residential segregation. Residential segregation describes the distribution of different race/ethnic groups across smaller areal units (e.g., census tracts) within larger areas (e.g., counties or metropolitan statistical areas [MSAs]). All the relevant variables are available from the 1990 and 2000 decennial Censuses. Once the data are extracted the proposed measure, the Dissimilarity Index can be calculated. The protocol here describes the process using Summary File 1 (SF1) files (i.e., 100% sample data) from the 2000 Census. The Dissimilarity Index is one of the most commonly used race/ethnic residential segregation measures. All the necessary variables used in calculating residential segregation will be available from the 2010 Census. At time of writing (summer 2010) the 2010 Census has not been released, but once available it should be possible to calculate the Dissimilarity Index using input data from census tract and census block-group levels. It is mandated by law that the first population count data should be released before March 31, 2011. Assuming that information on current address (see PhenX Demographics domain, Current Address measure) and any previous address(es) (see PhenX Environmental Exposures domain, Residential History measure) has been collected for a study respondent, then via geocoding it is possible to link the address of a participant to his or her county or metropolitan area (or other large geographical unit).
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Panel Hierarchy
Details for each LOINC in Panel LHC-Forms

LOINC Name R/O/C Cardinality Example UCUM Units
63038-4 PhenX - race - ethnic residential segregation protocol 211401
Indent67748-4 Total Population
Indent67749-2 Not Hispanic or Latino
Indent67750-0 Not Hispanic or Latino - White alone
Indent67751-8 Not Hispanic or Latino - Black or African American alone
Indent67752-6 Not Hispanic or Latino - American Indian and Alaska Native alone
Indent67753-4 Not Hispanic or Latino - Asian alone
Indent67754-2 Not Hispanic or Latino - Native Hawaiian and Other Pacific Islander alone
Indent67755-9 Not Hispanic or Latino - Some other race alone
Indent67756-7 Not Hispanic or Latino - Two or more races alone

Fully-Specified Name

Component
PhenX - race - ethnic residential segregation protocol 211401
Property
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Time
Pt
System
^Patient
Scale
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Method
PhenX

Additional Names

Short Name
Race - ethnic resid segregation proto

Basic Attributes

Class
PANEL.PHENX
Type
Clinical
First Released
Version 2.36
Last Updated
Version 2.66
Change Reason
Updated the PhenX ID from "PhenX.<ID>" to "PX<ID>" in Survey Question Source field to align with the variable identifier used in the PhenX Toolkit.; Added the PhenX protocol ID to the Component to clearly define the protocol version for which this panel is based upon.
Panel Type
Panel

Survey Question

Source
PX211401

Reference Information

Type Source Reference
Citation Consensus measures for Phenotypes and Exposures The U.S. Census Bureau decennial Census (1990 and 2000).
Citation Consensus measures for Phenotypes and Exposures American Factfinder, http://factfinder.census.gov. American Factfinder
Citation electronic Child Health Network U.S. Census Bureau. (2001). Census 2000, Summary File 1, Technical Documentation, Available from http://www.census.gov/prod/cen2000/doc/sf1.pdf. Census 2000, Summary File 1, Technical Documentation
Citation Consensus measures for Phenotypes and Exposures American Communities Project and the School Segregation Project at the Brown and Lewis Mumford Center at Albany American Communities Project and the School Segregation Project
Citation Consensus measures for Phenotypes and Exposures Spatial Impact Factor Web Data at RTI International Spatial Impact Factor Web Data at RTI International
Article Consensus measures for Phenotypes and Exposures Iceland, J., & Douzet, F. (2006). Measuring racial and ethnic segregation. Hrodote, 122(3): 25–43.
Citation Consensus measures for Phenotypes and Exposures Iceland, J., Weinberg, D. H., & Steinmetz, E. (2002). Racial and ethnic residential segregation in the United States: 1980–2000 (U.S. Census Bureau, Series CENSR‑3). Washington DC: U.S. Government Printing Office. Racial and ethnic residential segregation in the United States: 1980–2000
Article Consensus measures for Phenotypes and Exposures Massey, D. S., & Denton, N. A. (1988). The dimensions of residential segregation. Social Forces, 67, 281–315.
Article Consensus measures for Phenotypes and Exposures Morgan, P.M., Murphy, R.F., Willis, R.A., Hubbard, D.W., & Norton, J.M. (1975). Dental health of Louisiana residents based on the ten-state nutrition survey. Public Health Reports, 90(2), 173-178.
Article Consensus measures for Phenotypes and Exposures Morrill, R.L. (1995). Aging in place, age specific migration and natural decrease. The Annals of Regional Science, 29(1), 41-66.
Citation Consensus measures for Phenotypes and Exposures Reardon, S. F. (2006). A conceptual framework for measuring segregation and its associations with population outcomes. In J. M. Oakes & J. S. Kaufman (Eds.), Methods in social epidemiology (pp. 169–192). San Francisco, CA: Wiley and Sons/Jossey-Bass.
Article Consensus measures for Phenotypes and Exposures Reardon, S. F., & Firebaugh, G. (2002). Measures of multi-group segregation. Sociological Methodology, 32, 33–67.
Article Consensus measures for Phenotypes and Exposures Reardon, S. F., Matthews, S. A., O'Sullivan, D., Lee, B. A., Firebaugh, G., Farrell, C. R., & Bischoff, K. (2008). The geographic scale of metropolitan racial segregation. Demography, 45(3), 489–514.
Article Consensus measures for Phenotypes and Exposures Reardon, S. F., & O'Sullivan, D. (2004). Measures of spatial segregation. Sociological Methodology, 34, 121–162.
Article Consensus measures for Phenotypes and Exposures Sakoda, J.M. (1981). A generalized index of dissimilarity. Demography, 18(2), 245-50.
Citation Consensus measures for Phenotypes and Exposures Taeuber, K. E., & Taeuber, A. F. (1965). Negroes in cities: Residential segregation and neighborhood change. Chicago, IL: Aldine.
Book Consensus measures for Phenotypes and Exposures Theil, H. (1972). Statistical decomposition analysis (Vol. 14). Amsterdam, The Netherlands: North-Holland.
Article Consensus measures for Phenotypes and Exposures White, M. J. (1983). The measurement of spatial segregation. American Journal of Sociology, 88, 1008–1018.
Article Consensus measures for Phenotypes and Exposures White, M. J. (1986). Segregation and diversity measures in population distribution. Population Index, 52, 198–221.
Article Consensus measures for Phenotypes and Exposures Wong, D. S. (1993). Spatial indices of segregation. Urban Studies, 30, 559–572.

Member of these Panels

LOINC Long Common Name
63009-5 PhenX domain - Social environments

Language Variants Get Info

zh-CNChinese (CHINA)
PhenX - 种族 - 种族居住隔离方案 211401:-:时间点:^患者:-:PhenX
ru-RURussian (RUSSIAN FEDERATION)
PhenX - раса - этническая жилая сегрегация протокол:-:ТчкВрм:^Пациент:-:PhenX

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