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Title Routledge handbook of health geography / edited by Valorie A. Crooks, Gavin J. Andrews and Jamie Pearce
Imprint London : Routledge, Taylor & Francis Group, 2018
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 RCHSS Library  RA792 R68 2018    DUE 08-23-21    30560400644917
Descript xxii, 386 pages : illustrations ; 26 cm
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Series Routledge handbooks
Routledge handbooks
Note Include bibliographical references and index
1. Introducing the Routledge Handbook of Health Geography -- Section 1. Perspectives and debates -- 2. Introducing Section 1: perspectives and debates -- 3. Global health geographies -- 4. Development: the past, present and future contributions of health geography -- 5. Placing health inequalities: where you live can kill you -- 6. Environmental health inequities: from global to local contexts -- 7. Infectious-disease geography: disease outbreaks and outcomes through the lens of space and place -- 8. Risk and resilience -- 9. Researching migration and health: perspectives and debates -- 10. Food in health geography -- 11. Un/healthy behavior: a bibliometric assessment of geographers' contributions to understanding the association between environment and health-related behavior --
Section 2. Theories and concepts -- 12. Introducing Section 2: theories and concepts -- 13. Environments of health and care: the contributions of political economy -- 14. Humanism and health geography: placing the human in health geography -- 15. Social constructivism (in a socially constructed health geography?) -- 16. Health geography's role in understanding social capital and its influence on health -- 17. Therapeutic landscapes: from exceptional sites of healing to everyday assemblages of well-being -- 18. Well-being in health geography: conceptualizations, contributions and questions -- 19. Decentering geographies of health: the challenge of post-structuralism -- 20. After posthumanism: health geographies of networks and assemblages -- 21. Non-representational geographies of health --
Section 3 Groups and peoples -- 22. Introducing Section 3: groups and peoples -- 23. The medicalization of homelessness -- 24. Informal caregivers: people, place and identity -- 25. Mapping life on the margins: disability and chronic illness -- 26. The geographies of Indigenous health -- 27. From inequities to place attachment and the provision of health care: key concerns in the health geographies of aging -- 28. Including children in health geography -- 29. Immigrant health: insights and implications -- 30. Establishing geographies of LGBTQ health -- 31. "This place is getting to me": geographical understandings of mental health --
Section 4 Places and spaces -- 32. Introducing Section 4: places and spaces -- 33. Home truths? A critical reflection on aging, care and the home -- 34. Rethinking care through transnational health and long-term care practices -- 35. The place of primary care clinics -- 36. Palettes of place: green/blue spaces and health -- 37. Urban public spaces, social inclusion and health -- 38. Rural places and spaces of health and health care -- 39. Transportation and health geographies -- 40. mHealth geographies: mobile technologies and health in the Global South; 41 Walkability and physical activity --
Section 5 Practicing health geographies -- 42. Introducing Section 5: practicing health geographies -- 43. Qualitative health geography reaches the mainstream -- 44. Health geographies of art, music and sound: the remaking of self in place -- 45. Health geography and the future of data -- 46. Health geography and the big data revolution -- 47. Navigating research ethics in health geography: the case of big data -- 48. Spatial modeling's place in health geography: trends, critiques and future directions -- 49. Difference matters: approaches for acknowledging diversity in health geography research -- 50. Practicing health geography in public health: a focus on population-health-intervention research -- 51. Intervention research from a place-based perspective -- 52. Practitioner perspectives: the case of nursing geographies
Link ebook version : 9781351598538
Subject Geography, Medical -- methods
Global Health
Residence Characteristics
Health Services Research
Medical geography
Medical geography. fast (OCoLC)fst01014152
Geografie gnd
Gesundheit gnd
Alt Author Crooks, Valorie A., 1976- editor
Andrews, Gavin J., 1970- editor
Pearce, Jamie, editor
Alt Title Handbook of health geography
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