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Sustainability, Volume 11, Issue 16 (August-2 2019)
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Cover Story (view full-size image) This study conceptualized race-based non-coverage and non-response errors in US household [...] Read more. This study conceptualized race-based non-coverage and non-response errors in US household transportation surveys as a problem of “racial misrecognition,” in which racial group differences are obscured yet foundational for distributive transportation inequities and unsustainability. It critically appraised the 2011 Oregon Household Activity Survey (OHAS) with census data and secondary source histories in the Portland, Oregon, metropolis. Using a multifaceted geographic data science approach, it found that the OHAS consistently overrepresented White households and that OHAS household response rates were negatively associated with neighborhood-level percentages of Latinx/Nonwhite households. Further, the neighborhoods that best represent racial misrecognition in the OHAS exhibited historical and contemporary patterns of racial exclusion and socially unsustainable development. View this paper