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100 1  Gatrell, Anthony C 
245 10 Geographies of Health :|bAn Introduction 
250    3rd ed 
264  1 Hoboken :|bJohn Wiley & Sons, Incorporated,|c2014 
264  4 |c©2013 
300    1 online resource (424 pages) 
336    text|btxt|2rdacontent 
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505 0  Intro -- Geographies of Health: An Introduction -- 
       Copyright -- Contents -- List of Figures -- List of Tables
       -- Preface -- Part I Describing and Explaining Health in 
       Geographical Settings -- Chapter 1 Introducing Geographies
       of Health -- Health and Geography: Some Fundamental 
       Concepts -- Concepts of health -- Geographical concepts --
       Geographies of Health: Five Case Studies -- Neighborhoods 
       and obesity in New York City -- Public places after the 
       introduction of "smoke free" legislation -- The health of 
       Aboriginal populations in Canada -- Habitus and heart 
       health: The collision of place, body, and health -- Mental
       health in Australian immigration detention centers -- 
       Concluding Remarks -- Further Reading -- References -- 
       Chapter 2 Explaining Geographies of Health -- Positivist 
       Approaches to the Geography of Health -- Positivist 
       explanation -- Further examples of positivist approaches -
       - Social Interactionist Approaches to the Geography of 
       Health -- Social interactionist explanation -- Further 
       examples of social interactionist approaches -- 
       Structuralist Approaches to the Geography of Health -- 
       Structuralist explanation -- Further examples of 
       structuralist or conflict-based approaches -- 
       Structurationist Approaches to the Geography of Health -- 
       Structurationist explanation -- Further examples of 
       structurationist approaches -- Post-structuralist 
       Approaches to the Geography of Health -- Post-
       structuralist explanation -- Further examples of post-
       structuralist approaches -- Concluding Remarks -- Further 
       Reading -- References -- Chapter 3 Quantitative Methods 
       and Geographical Information Systems (GIS) -- Visualizing 
       and Exploring Health Data in a Spatial Context -- Modeling
       Health Data in a Spatial Setting -- Geographical 
       Information Systems and Health -- Concluding Remarks -- 
       Further Reading -- References 
505 8  Chapter 4 Qualitative Approaches to Interpreting the 
       Geography of Health -- Interviews -- Focus Groups -- Other
       Qualitative Methods -- Qualitative Data Analysis -- Rigor 
       in Qualitative Research -- Concluding Remarks -- Further 
       Reading -- References -- Part II Health and the Social 
       Environment -- Chapter 5 Health Inequalities I: Global 
       Patterns and Regional Contrasts -- Health Inequalities in 
       the Global South -- Health inequalities: Africa -- Health 
       inequalities: The BRIC countries -- Health Inequalities in
       the Global North -- Regional divides in the global north -
       - Explaining inequalities in health outcomes in the global
       north -- Concluding Remarks -- Further Reading -- 
       References -- Chapter 6 Health Inequalities II: 
       Neighborhoods and Health -- A Chicago Story -- 
       Neighborhood Context or Social Composition? -- The 
       Obesogenic Neighborhood -- Psychosocial Health and Well-
       being -- Housing and Health -- Infectious Disease -- 
       Neighborhoods and Access to Care -- Concluding Remarks -- 
       Further Reading -- References -- Chapter 7 Systems of 
       Health Care -- Principles of Health Service Delivery -- 
       Levels and types of health care provision -- Promoting 
       health, preventing illness -- Health Care Systems -- 
       Geographies of rationing -- Efficiency and equity -- The 
       need for health care -- Inequalities in the Provision of 
       Health Services -- Health care provision in the global 
       south -- Health care provision in the global north -- 
       Geographies of Care -- Concluding Remarks -- Further 
       Reading -- References -- Chapter 8 Inequalities in the 
       Utilization of Health Services -- Use of Primary Health 
       Care Services -- Use of Secondary and Tertiary Health Care
       Services -- Do Provision and Utilization Affect Outcome? -
       - Concluding Remarks -- Further Reading -- References -- 
       Chapter 9 Ageing and Place -- What is Age? -- Ageing 
       Populations: Global and Regional Perspectives 
505 8  The Distribution of Ill-Health and Disability Among Older 
       Adults -- Health Inequalities in Older Adults -- Healthy 
       Ageing "In Place" -- There's No Place Like Home -- 
       Concluding Remarks -- Further Reading -- References -- 
       Chapter 10 People on the Move: Migration and Health -- 
       Migration, Disruption, and Health -- Voluntary migration 
       and mental health -- Forced displacement -- The Impact of 
       Migration on the Spread of Disease -- Migration and the 
       Incidence of Disease and Ill-health -- Direct effects -- 
       Longer-term health impacts of migration -- Migration as a 
       confounding variable -- Impact of Health Status on 
       Migration -- The Relationship Between Migration and Access
       to Health Services -- Concluding Remarks -- Further 
       Reading -- References -- Part III Health and Human 
       Modification of the Environment -- Chapter 11 On Airs, 
       Waters, Places -- Air -- Area sources -- Linear sources --
       Point sources -- Water -- Cholera -- Schistosomiasis -- 
       Gastroenteritis -- Chemicals in drinking water -- 
       Concluding Remarks -- Further Reading -- References -- 
       Chapter 12 Health Impacts of Global Environmental Change -
       - Stratospheric Ozone Depletion -- The Science of Climate 
       Change and Its Role in Human Health -- Health Impacts of 
       Climate Change -- Air quality -- Contamination of food and
       water -- Temperature extremes -- Extreme weather events 
       and natural hazards -- Impacts on infectious vector-borne 
       disease -- Concluding Remarks -- Further Reading -- 
       References -- Chapter 13 Emerging, Re-emerging, and 
       Neglected Infectious Diseases -- Disease Transmission: The
       Role of Vectors -- The Drivers of Emerging, Re-emerging, 
       and Neglected Diseases -- Ecosystem change -- Political 
       upheaval, conflict, and disaster -- Mobilities of people 
       and goods -- Antimicrobial resistance -- Socioeconomic 
       determinants and consequences -- Concluding Remarks -- 
       Further Reading -- References -- Index 
505 8  End User License Agreement 
520    Setting out the debates and reviewing the evidence that 
       links health outcomes with social and physical 
       environments, this new edition of the well-established 
       text offers an accessible overview of the theoretical 
       perspectives, methodologies, and research in the field of 
       health geography Includes international examples, drawn 
       from a broad range of countries, and extensive 
       illustrations Unique in its approach to health geography, 
       as opposed to medical geography New chapters focus on 
       contemporary concerns including neighborhoods and health, 
       ageing, and emerging infectious disease Offers five new 
       case studies and an fresh emphasis on qualitative research
       approaches Written by two of the leading health 
       geographers in the world, each with extensive experience 
       in research and policy 
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       Ebook Central, 2020. Available via World Wide Web. Access 
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