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Segregation often dismantles common activity spaces and isolates people of different backgrounds, leading toirreconcilable inequalities that disfavour the poor and minorities and intensifies societal fragmentation. Therefore,segregation has become an increasing concern and topic of research with studies typically concentratingon the residential communities of a particular racial or socioeconomic group. In contrast, this paper providesa comprehensive view of segregation in the context of how itdoi:10.31219/osf.io/2ubzn fatcat:hrhf7hsy3zautjb2xuvdhinqpy