UNLV sociologists conducted the Las Vegas Metropolitan Area Social Survey (LVMASS) to identify the socio-spatial distribution of attitudes and attributes relevant to urban sustainability in the Las Vegas Valley. The project goal is to understand how Las Vegas residents think about urban sustainability issues across three dimensions: 1) natural environment; 2) community and quality of life; 3) economy.
Community development; Economic indicators; Environmental quality; Nevada—Las Vegas Valley; Quality of life; Quality of work life; Social surveys; Sociology; Urban; Sustainability
Civic and Community Engagement | Economics | Environmental Health and Protection | Environmental Policy | Family, Life Course, and Society | Growth and Development | Place and Environment | Sustainability
Batson, C. D.,
Brents, B. G.,
Salvaggio, M. J.,
Las Vegas metropolitan area social survey 2010 highlights.
Available at: https://digitalscholarship.unlv.edu/reports/2
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