Urban Anthropology

Urban anthropology is the study of cultural systems and identities in cities as well as the various political, social, economic, and cultural forces that shape urban forms and processes. The term is used to describe the complexities and profound diversity of modern culture, evolution of, and day-to-day living found in cities. Urban Anthropology describes a variety of work CBI does in the urban neighborhoods of Cincinnati including asset mapping, strategic planning and demographic analysis. This work enables us to better understand the meaningful associations of the many data sets within the urban context.

 
Map showing owner-occupancy analysis of an urban neighborhood section.

 

This map shows range of homes in an inner ring suberb of the City whose property values  were negatively impacted by just 1 foreclosure.
This map shows range of homes in an inner ring suberb of the City whose property values
were negatively impacted by just 1 foreclosure.