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Saegert, S. (2006) Building Civic Capacity in Urban Neighborhoods: An Empirically Grounded Anatomy. Journal of Urban Affairs

Saegert, S., & Evans, G. ( 2003). Poverty, Housing Niches, and Health in the U.S.. Journal of Social Issues, 59, 569- 590.

Saegert, S., Klitzman, S., Freudenberg, N., Cooperman-Mroczek, & Nassar, S. (2003). Healthy Housing: A structured review of US interventions to improve health by modifying housing in the United States, 1990-2000. American Journal of Public Health, 93, 1471-1478.

Saegert, S. & Winkel, G.H. (2004). Crime, social capital and community participation. American Journal of Community Psychology, 34 (3-4): 219-133.

Saegert, S. & Benitez, L. (2005) Limited Equity Housing Cooperatives: Defining a Niche in the Low Income Housing Market . Journal of Planning Literature 19:, 427-239.

Saegert, S. & Clark, H. (2005). Women and housing. In Housing: Foundation of a New Social Agenda. Bratt, R., Hartman, C., & Stone, M. (Eds.), Philadelphia: Temple University Press.

Saegert, Susan & Evans, Gary. (1999) Residential crowding in the context of inner city poverty. In Wapner, S.,J.Demick,H.Minamik & T. Yamamoto (Eds) Theoretical perspectives in environment-behavior research: Underlying assumptions, research problems, and relationships. New York: Plenum.

Saegert, Susan & Winkel, Gary. (1999) CDCs, Social Capital and Housing Quality. Shelterforce, March/April 22-24

Saegert, Susan, Phillip Thompson, Robert Engle, Jocelyn Sargent. (1999) "Stretched Thin: Employment, parenting, and social capital among mothers in public housing. New York: Foundation for Child Development Working Paper Series

Saegert, S., & Winkel, G. (1998). Social Capital and the Revitalization of New York City's Distressed Inner City Housing. Housing Policy Debate,9(1)17-60. Washington, D.C.: Fannie Mae Foundation Mae Foundation Mae.

Saegert, S., & McCarthy, D. E. (1998). Gender and Housing for the Elderly: Sorting through the accumulations of a lifetime. In R. J. Scheidt & P.G. Windley (Eds.), Environment and Aging Theory: A focus on Housing. Westport, CT: Greenwood Press.

Saegert, S., (1998). In Rem Housing. In W. Van Vliet (Ed.), Encyclopedia of Housing. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications.

Saegert, S., and Winkel, G. (1997). Social capital formation in low income housing. New York, Housing Environments Research Group of the Center for Human Environments, City University of New York, New York.

White, A., & Saegert, S. (1996). Return from Abandonment: The Tenant Interim Lease program and the development of low-income cooperatives in New York City’s most neglected neighborhoods. In van Vliet, W. (Ed.), Affordable Housing and Urban Development in the U.S.: Learning from Failure and Success, Newbury Park, CA: Sage Publications.

Leavitt, J. & Saegert, S. (1990) From Abandonment to Hope: Community Households in Harlem. New York: Columbia University Press.