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GEOG3140
Module Reading List

Advanced Population & Health Geographies, 2021/22, Semester 1, 2
Dr Myles Gould
m.i.gould@leeds.ac.uk
Tutor information is taken from the Module Catalogue

GEOG3140 Reading list

Semester 1

Week 1 Introduction (MG & DB)

Bailey A (2005) Making population geography, London: Hodder Arnold.

Brown, M. (2009) Public health as urban politics, urban geography: venereal biopower in Seattle, 1943–1983, Urban Geography 30: 1–29.

Brown T., McLafferty S. and Moon G. (eds.)  (2010) A Companion to Health and Medical Geography, Oxford: Blackwell.

Crampton, J. & Elden, S. (eds) (2007) Space, Knowledge and Power: Foucault and Geography (Ashgate)

Moon G, Gould M and Colleagues (2001) Epidemiology: An Introduction, Milton Keynes: Open University  (A free copy of Chapter 1: Introduction is available to download)

 

Week 2 & 3 - Epidemiology 1: Building Blocks & Designs;  & Epidemiology 2: Case Control & Other Designs (MG)

Ashton JA (ed) (1994) The Epidemiological Imagination, Milton Keynes: Open University (n.b. Chapter 4 – includes a reprint of Gardner, et al 1990a – below).

Berrie L., Ellison G.T.H., Norman, P.D., Baxter, P.D., Feltbower, R.G., Tennant, P.W.G., Gilthorpe, M.S. (2019) The Association Between Childhood Leukemia and Population Mixing An Artifact of Focusing on Clusters? Epidemiology 30(1) 75–82.

Black, D. (1984) Investigation of the Possible Increased Incidence of Cancer in West Cumbria: Report of the Independent Advisory Group, London: HMSO. 

Craft, A.W., Openshaw, S. and Birch, J. (1984) Apparent clusters of childhood lymphoid malignancy in Northern England, The Lancet, July 14th, 96-7.

Craft, A.W., Parker, L., Openshaw, S., Charlton, M., Newell, J., Birch, J., and Blair, V. (1993) Cancer in young people in the north of England, 1968-1985: analysis by census wards, Journal of Epidemiology and Community Health, 47, 109-115.

Gardner, M.J., Hall, A.J., Downs, S. and Terrell, J.D. (1987a) Follow up study of children born elsewhere but attending schools in Seascale, West Cumbria (schools cohort), British Medical Journal, 295,  .819-822.

Gardner, M.J., Hall, A.J., Downs, S. and Terrell, J.D. (1987b) Follow up study of children born to mothers resident in Seascale, West Cumbria  (birth cohort), British Medical Journal, 295, 822-827.

Gardner, M.J., Snee, M.P., Hall, A,J., Powell, C.A., Downs, S. and Terrell, J.D. (1990a) 'Results of case-control study of leukaemia and lymphona among young people near the Sellafield nuclear plant in West Cumbria', British Medical Journal, 300, 423-429.

Gardner, M.J., Hall, A.J., Snee, M.P., Downs, S., Powell, C.A. and Terrell, J.D. (1990b) 'Methods and basic data of case-control study of leukaemia and lymphona among young people near the Sellafield nuclear plant in West Cumbria', British Medical Journal, 300, 429-434.

Gouda HN and Powles JW (2014) The science of epidemiology and the methods needed for public health assessments: a review of epidemiology textbooks BMC Public Health 14,139-150

Openshaw, S., Craft, A.W., Charlton, M. and Birch, J.M. (1988) Investigation of leukaemia clusters by use of a geographical analysis machine, The Lancet, February 6th, 272-273.

McNally RJQ, James PW, Blakey K, Basta NO, Norman PD, Pearce MS (2017) Can changes in population mixing and socio-economic deprivation in Cumbria, England explain changes in cancer incidence around Sellafield? Spatial and Spatio-temporal Epidemiology 21  

Moon G, Gould M and Colleagues (2001) Epidemiology: An Introduction, Milton Keynes: Open University, Chapters 1, 7 & 8  (A free copy of Chapter 1: Introduction is available is available to download)

Parker P, Mark S Pearce, Heather O Dickinson, Murray Aitkin, Alan W Craft (1999) ‘Stillbirths among offspring of male radiation workers at Sellafield nuclear reprocessing plant’ The Lancet, 354 (Number 9188  23 October 1999)

Yorkshire Television.  1983. First Tuesday: Windscale The Nuclear Laundry, ITV , 1st November, 22:30. [Online]. [Accessed 1st Aug 2020] Available from: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UQmFeAGCpC0 [Segments we are watching: 0’14-2’03” & 30’10”-36’11”]

Wakeford, R. (1998) Epidemiology and litigation - the Sellafield childhood leukaemia cases, Journal of the Royal Statistical Society Series A, 161, 313-325

 

Week 4 Evidence Based Health Care (MG)

Ashton J (Ed.) (1994) The Epidemiological Imagination, Milton Keynes: Open University.

Bennett MI et al (2012) Prescribing strong opioids for pain in adult palliative care: Summary of NICE guidance, BMJ 344, (2012-5-23); 344-46

Elwood J (1988) Critical Appraisal of Epidemiological Studies and Clinical Studies. Oxford: Oxford university Press.

HSCIC (2013) Statistics on NHS Stop Smoking Services:  England, April 2012 – March 2013. [available online] Leeds: Health and Social Care Information Centre.

Meyers DG, Neuberger JS, & He J (2009) Cardiovascular Effect of Bans on Smoking in Public Places: A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis. Journal of the American College of Cardiology  54(14),1249–55.

Moon G, Gould M and Colleagues (2001) Epidemiology: An Introduction, Milton Keynes: Open University, Chapters 7 & 8.

Muir Grey  J (1997) Evidence Based Health Care,Edinburgh: Churchill Livingston.

NHS Digital (2016) Statistics on NHS Stop Smoking Services:  England, April 2015 – March 2016. [available online] Leeds: Health and Social Care Information Centre

NHS Digital (2019) Statistics on NHS Stop Smoking Services in England April 2018 to March 2019.[available online] Leeds: Health and Social Care Information Centre

 

Other examples of systematic reviews

Chu DK, Akl EA, Duda S, Solo K, et al (2020) Physical distancing, face masks, and eye protection to prevent person-to-person transmission of SARS-CoV-2 and COVID-19: A systematic review and meta-analysis. Lancet 395: 1973–87.(DOI: https://doi.org/10.1016/S0140-6736(20)31142-9).  NB this paper will be discussed during the Week 5 Seminar.

Kelly C, Hulme C,Farragher T, et al. Are differences in travel time or distance to healthcare for adults in global north countries associated with an impact on health outcomes? A systematic review. BMJ Open 2016:6 (DOI: e013059.doi:10.1136/bmjopen-2016-013059).  NB this paper will be discussed during the Week 5 Seminar.

Mak WWS, Mo PKH, Ma GYK and Lam MYY (2017) Meta-analysis and systematic review of studies on the effectiveness of HIV stigma reduction programs. . Social Science & Medicine 188, pp.30-40.

Melinda Mills M, Rahal C, Akimova E, (2020) Face masks and coverings for the general public: Behavioural knowledge, effectiveness of cloth coverings and public messaging. [Online] London: The Royal academy and The British Academy. [Accessed 1 aug 2020] Available from: https://royalsociety.org/-/media/policy/projects/set-c/set-c-facemasks.pdf?la=en-GB&hash=A22A87CB28F7D6AD9BD93BBCBFC2BB24

Neal Z. Does the neighbourhood matter for neighbourhood satisfaction? A meta-analysis. Urban Studies. June 2020. https://doi.org/10.1177/0042098020926091

Viner RM, Russell SJ, Croker H, et al (2020) School closure and management practices during coronavirus outbreaks including COVID-19: A rapid systematic review. Lancet Child Adolescent Health  4: 397–404 https://doi.org/10.1016/S2352-4642(20)30095-X

 

Videos

Cancer Research UK (2014) What is a randomised trial? ]. [Online]. [Accessed 18 October 2020]. Available from: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fkOCYov1p-o

Cochrane Common Mental Disorders (2019) 1 Introduction to critical appraisal. [n.b. there are 6 in the full set]. [Online]. [Accessed 18 October 2020]. Available from: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=H8Y-yfi3vp4

Cochrane Common Mental Disorders (2019) 3. Randomised controlled trials. [n.b. there are 6 in the full set]. [Online]. [Accessed 18 October 2020]. Available from: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FlQVQz5d02s

PsychScene Hub (2013) Critical Appraisal of a RCT - Quick Tips. [Online]. [Accessed 18 October 2020]. Available from: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TNwjiBnpZ9k

UNICEF Innocenti (2014) Randomized Controlled Trials (RCTs). [Online]. [Accessed 18 October 2020]. Available from: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Wy7qpJeozec

 

Week 5: Health Variations: Composition, Context & Neighbourhoods (MG)

Duncan C, Jones K & Moon G (1993) Do places matter? A multi-level analysis of regional variations in health related behaviour in Britain. Social Science & Medicine, 37, pp.725-733.

Ellaway A,  & Macintyre S, (2010) ‘Neighbourhoods & Health’ in: Brown T., McLafferty S. and Moon G. (eds.) A Companion to Health and Medical Geography,Oxford: Blackwell, Chapter 21, pp.399-417.

Gould, M. (2010) ‘Modelling Chronic Disease’ in: Brown T., McLafferty S. and Moon G. (eds.) A Companion to Health and Medical Geography Oxford: Blackwell, Chapter 8, pp.133-153.

Gould MI and Jones K (1996) 'Analysing perceived limiting long-term illness using UK Census microdata' Social Science and Medicine 42, 857-869

Gould M.I. and Jones K. (2000) ‘Multilevel modelling of limiting long-term illness using the Individual SAR’, in:  A. Dale, C. Holdsworth and E. Fieldhouse, Analyzing census microdata, London: Edward Arnold

Gould M.I., Jones K and Moon G (1997) 'Guest editorial: The scope of multilevel models' Environment and Planning: A, Vol. 29(4), 581-584.

Gould, M. & Shuttleworth, I. (2018) "The Spatial-temporal Exploration of Health and Housing Tenure Transitions Using the Northern Ireland Longitudinal Study" in: J Stillwell (ed.), The Routledge Handbook of Census Resources, Methods and Applications: Unlocking the UK 2011 Census, London: Routledge, Chapter 26, pp349-361.

Hann M, Kaplan GA and Camacho T (1987) 'Poverty and health: prospective evidence from the Alameda County Study' American Journal of Epidemiology 125, 989-998

Jones K and Duncan C (1995) 'Individuals and their ecologies: analysing the geography of chronic illness within a multilevel modelling framework' Health and Place 1, 27-40.

Jones K, Gould M and Duncan C (2000) 'Health and deprivation: An exploratory survival analysis of deaths in the Health and Lifestyles Survey', Social Science and Medicine 50, 1059-1079.

Jones K and Moon G (1991) 'Re-assessing Immunisation uptake as a performance measure in general practice', British Medical Journal, 303, 28-31.

Jones K and Moon G (1993) 'Medical geography: taking place seriously' Progress in Human Geography 17, 515-24

Jones K, Moon G and Clegg A (1991) 'Ecological and individual effects in childhood immunisation uptake: a multi level approach', Social Science and Medicine, 33, 501-508.

Kawachi I, Berkman LF (2003) Neighborhoods and health, Oxford, New York: Oxford University Pre

Macintyre S, Maciver S and Soomans A (1993) 'Area, class and health: Should we be focussing on places or people? ' Journal of Social Policy 22, 213-234.

Macintyre S, Ellaway A, and Cummins S (2002) 'Place effects on health, how can we conceptualise, operationalise and measure them? ' Social Science and Medicine 55, 125-139.

Neal Z. Does the neighbourhood matter for neighbourhood satisfaction? A meta-analysis. Urban Studies. June 2020. https://doi.org/10.1177/0042098020926091

Sayer, A (1993) Method in Social Science: A Realist Approach, London: Routledge.

Sloggett A & Joshi H (1994) Higher mortality in deprived areas: community or personal disadvantage? BMJ 309 (6967): 1470–1474.

Smith SJ and Easterlow D (2005) 'The strange geography of health inequalities' Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers 30, 173-190.

 

Week 6 - Reading week (no lecture) 

 

Week 7- Biopolitics I: an introduction (DB)

Brown, M. (2009) Public health as urban politics, urban geography: venereal biopower in Seattle, 1943–1983, Urban Geography 30: 1–29.

Brown, M. and Boyle, P. (2000) National closets: governmentality, sexuality and the census, in M. Brown, Closet Space: geographies of metaphor from the body to the globe (Routledge)

Crampton, J. & Elden, S. (eds) (2007) Space, Knowledge and Power: Foucault and Geography (Ashgate)

Elden, S. (2003) Plague, panopticon, police, Surveillance & Society 1: 240-253

Fairclough, N. (1982) Discourse and Social Change (Polity Press)

Foucault, M. (2000a) Ethics: essential works of Foucault 1954-1984 volume 1 (Penguin)

Foucault, M. (2000b) Power: essential works of Foucault 1954-1984 volume 3 (Penguin)

Hannah, M. (2009) Calculable territory and the West German census boycott movements of the 1980s, Political Geography 28: 66-75

Heyes, C. (2006) Foucault goes to Weight Watchers, Hypatia 21: 126-149

Huxley, M. (2008) Space and government: governmentality and geography, Geography Compass 2: 1635-1658

Ingram, A. (2010) Biosecurity and the international response to HIV/AIDS: governmentality, globalisation and security, Area 42: 293-301

Jones, R., Pykett, J. & Whitehead, M. (2013) Changing Behaviours: on the Rise of the Psychological State (Edward Delgar)

Legg, S. (2005) Foucault’s population geographies: classification, biopolitics and governmental spaces, Population, Space & Place 11: 137-156

Kneale, J. & French, S. (2008) Mapping alcohol: health, policy and the geographies of problem drinking in Britain, Drugs: Education, Prevention & Policy 15: 233-249

McCormick, D. (2006) From Jesus Christ to Jedi Knight – validity and viability of new religious movements in late modernity, Proceedings of the Social Change in the 21st Century Conference 2006, Queensland University of Technology (available online) Available here

Philo, C. (2000) The Birth of the Clinic – an unknown work of medical geography, Area 32: 11-19

Philo, C. (2001) Accumulating populations: bodies, institutions and space, International Journal of Population Geography 7: 473-490

Philo, C. (2012) A ‘new Foucault’ with lively implications – or ‘the crawfish advances sideways’, Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers NS 37: 496-514

Pike, J. (2008) Foucault, space and primary school dining rooms, Children’s Geographies 6: 413-422

Rose, N., O’Malley, P. & Valverde, M. (2006) Governmentality, Annual Review of Law and Social Science 2: 83-104

Schlosser, K. (2008) Bio-political geographies, Geography Compass 2: 1621-1634

Tutton, R. (2007) Census and the biopolitics of identity, Working Paper: ESRC Centre for the Economic & Social Aspects of Genomics Available online here  

Tyner, J. (2015) Population geography II: mortality, premature death, and the ordering of life, Progress in Human Geography 39: 360-373

Walker, K. (2010) Negotiating GIS and social theory in population geography, Geography Compass 4: 616-629

 

Week 8 - Biopolitics II: sex and birth (DB)

Cover, R. (2011) Biopolitics and the Baby Bonus: Australia’s national identity, fertility, and global overpopulation, Continuum: Journal of Media & Cultural Studies 25: 439-451

Crowley, U. & Kitchin, R. (2008) Producing ‘decent girls’: governmentality and the moral geographies of sexual conduct in Ireland (1922-1937), Gender, Place & Culture 15: 355-372

Del Casino, V. (2007) Flaccid theory and the geographies of sexual health in the ages of Viagra, Health & Place 13: 904-911

Fannin, M. (2013) The burden of choosing wisely: biopolitics at the beginning of life, Gender, Place & Culture 20: 273-289

Foucault, M. (1978) The History of Sexuality: an introduction (Penguin)

Gallacher, L. (2005) ‘The terrible twos’: gaining control in the nursery? Children’s Geographies 3: 243-264

Garlick, S. (2014) The biopolitics of masturbation: masculinity, complexity, and security, Body & Society 20: 44-67

Gibson, K. & Dempsey, S. (2015) Make good choices, kid: biopolitics of children’s bodies and school lunch reform in Jamie Oliver’s Food Revolution, Children’s Geographies 13: 44-58

Holloway, S. & Pimlott-Wilson, H. (2014) “Any advice is welcome, isn’t it?” Neoliberal parenting education, local mothering cultures, and social class, Environment & Planning A 46: 94-111

Hoy, C. (2001) Adolescents in China, Health & Place 7: 261-271

Moore, F. (2013) Governmentality and the maternal body: infant mortality in early twentieth-century Lancashire, Journal of Historical Geography 39: 54-68

Nash, C. (2005) Geographies of relatedness, Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers NS 30: 449-462

Philo, C. (2005) Sex, life, death, geography: fragmentary remarks inspired by ‘Foucault’s Population Geographies’, Population, Space & Place 11: 35-333

Robbins, P. & Smith, S. (2017) Baby bust: towards political demography, Progress in Human Geography 41: 199-219

Rose, N. (1999) Governing the Soul: the shaping of the private self (Free Association Books)

 

Week 9 - Biopolitics III: Life… (DB)

Ahmed, S. (2010) The Promise of Happiness (Duke University Press)

Ballas, D. and Dorling, D. (2007) Measuring the impact of major life events upon happiness, International Journal of Epidemiology 36: 1244-1252

Ballas, D. and Dorling, D. (2013) The geography of happiness, in S. David, I. Boniwell & A. Conley Ayers (eds) Oxford Handbook of Happiness (Oxford University Press)

Braun, B. (2007) Biopolitics and the molecularization of life, Cultural Geographies 14: 6-28

Cheney, J. (2011) A new algorithmic identity: soft biopolitics and the modulation of control, Theory, Culture & Society 28: 164-181

Couclelis, H. (2009) Rethinking time geography in the information age, Environment & Planning A 41: 1556-1575

Coulter, R. (2013) Wishful thinking and the abandonment of moving desires over the life course, Environment & Planning A 45: 1944-1962

Gabb, J. and Fink, J. (2015) Couple Relationships in the 21st Century (Palgrave)

Grey, C. (1994) Career as a project of the self, Sociology 28: 479-497

Giddens, A. (1991) Modernity and Self-identity (Polity Press)

Giddens, A. (1992) The Transformation of Intimacy (Polity Press)

Highmore, B. (ed) (2001) The Everyday Life Reader (Routledge)

Lenntorp, B. (2004) Path, prism, pocket and population, Geografiska Annaler B 86: 223-226

Lupton, D. (2013) Quantifying the body: monitoring and measuring health in the age of mHealth technologies, Critical Public Health 23: 393-403

Mitchell, K. et al (eds) 2004) Life's work : geographies of social reproduction (Blackwell)

Mitchell, L.et al (2013) The geography of happiness: connecting Twitter sentiment and expression, demographics, and objective characteristics of place, PLOS One 8 (online)

Morrison, C.et al (2013) Critical geographies of love as spatial, relational and political, Progress in Human Geography 37: 505-521

Nowok, B. et al (2013) Does migration make you happy? A longitudinal study of internal migration and subjective well-being, Environment & Planning A 45: 986-1002

Rose, N. (1998) Inventing Our Selves (Cambridge UP)

Rose, N. (1999) Governing the Soul second edition (Free Association Books)

Rose, N. (2001) The politics of life itself, Theory, Culture & Society 18: 1-30

Rose, N. (2007) The Politics of Life Itself (Princeton UP)

Tivers, J. (1978) How the other half lives: the geographical study of women, Area 10: 302-306

Tyner, J. (2015) Population geography II: mortality, premature death and the ordering of life, Progress in Human Geography 39: 360-373

Wilkinson, E. (2013) Learning to love again: ‘broken families’, citizenship and state promotion of coupledom, Geoforum 49: 206-213

 

Week 10 - Biopolitics IV: Ageing, life transitions, death (DB)

Andrews, G et al (2007) Geographical gerontology: the constitution of a discipline, Social Science & Medicine 65: 151-168

Bailey, A (2009) Population geography: lifecourse matters, Progress in Human Geography 33: 407-418

Brown, M & Colton, T (2001) Dying epistemologies: an analysis of home death and its critique, Environment & Planning A 33: 799-821

Cooper, M (2006) Resuscitations: stem cells and the crisis of old age, Body & Society 12: 1-23

DeLyser, D & Shaw, W (2013) For menopause geographies, Area 45: 504-6

Harper, S & Laws, G (1995) Rethinking the geography of ageing, Progress in Human Geography 19: 199-221

Herman, A (2010) Death has a touch of class: society and space in Brookwood Cemetery, 1853-1903, Journal of Historical Geography 36: 305-314

Highmore, B (2015) Death, in Culture (Routledge)

Horschelmann, K (2011) Theorising life transitions: geographical perspectives, Area 43: 378-383

Johnson, P (2008) The modern cemetery: a design for life, Social & Cultural Geography 9: 777-797

Laqueur, T (2015) The Work of the Dead (Princeton)

Lock, M (1998) Anomalous ageing: managing the postmenopausal body, Body & Society 4: 35-61

Lock, M & Kaufert, P (2001) Menopause, local biologies, and cultures of aging, American Journal of Human Biology 13: 494-504

Maddrell, A. (2016) Mapping grief: a conceptual framework for understanding the spatial dimensions of bereavement, mourning and remembrance, Social & Cultural Geography 17: 166-188

Maddrell, A & Sidaway, J (eds) (2010) Deathscapes (Ashgate)

Milligan, C. et al (2016) Unpacking the impact of older adults’ home death on family care-givers’ experience of home, Health & Place 38:103-111

Morton, K (2015) Emerging geographies of disciplining the ageing body: practising cosmetic technologies in the aesthetic clinic, Gender, Place & Culture 22: 1041-1057

Murray, M (1967) The geography of death in the United States and the United Kingdom, Annals of the Association of American Geographers 57: 301-314

Neilsen, B (2003) Globalization and the politics of aging, Centennial Review 3: 161-186

Neilsen, B (2006) Anti-ageing cultures, biopolitics and globalisation, Cultural Studies Review 12: 149-164

Neilsen, B (2012) Ageing, experience, biopolitics: life’s unfolding, Body & Society 18: 44-71

Pitte, J (2004) A short cultural geography of death and the dead, GeoJournal 60: 345-351

Ribbens McCarthy, J. & Prokhovnik, R. (2014) Embodied relationality and caring after death, Body & Society 20: 18-43

Romain, T. (2010) Extreme life extension: investing in cryonics for the long, long term, Medical Anthropology 29: 194-215

Romanillos, J (2015) Mortal questions: geographies on the other side of life, Progress in Human Geography advanced 39: 560-596

Schwanen, T et al (2012) Spatialities of ageing: the co-construction and co-evolution of old age and space, Geoforum 43: 1291-1295

Skinner, M et al (2015) Geographies of ageing: progress and possibilities after two decades of change, Progress in Human Geography 39: 776-799

Stevenson, O (2016) Suicidal journeys: attempted suicide as geographies of intended death, Social & Cultural Geography 17: 189-206

Tyner, J (2015) Population geography II: mortality, premature death, and the ordering of life, Progress in Human Geography 39: 360-373

Van Steen, P & Pellenbarg, P (2006) A Dutch geography of death: introduction to the 2006 maps, Tijdschrift voor Economische en Sociale Geografie 97: 104-107

Waldby, C (2000) The Visible Human Project (Routledge)

Walter, T (2012) Why different countries manage death differently: a comparative analysis of modern urban societies, British Journal of Sociology 63: 123-145

Wolhmann, A (2012) Let the countdown begin – aging experiences of young adults in countdown blogs, Journal of Aging Studies 26: 90-101

 

Week 11 - No lecture (project work) 

 

Semester 2

Week 14 & 15: Health and lifestyle 1 & 2 (MG)

Bartley M et al (2000) Dimensions of inequality & the health of women, in: Graham H (eds) Understanding Health inequalities: Buckingham: Open University Press, Chapter 4, pp. 58-74.

Bauman Z (1992) Intimations of Postmodernity, London: Routledge.

Blaxter M (1990) Health and Lifestyles, London: Routledge.

Beck U (1992) Risk society : towards a new modernity, London: Sage.

Curtis S (2004) Health Inequality: Geographical Perspectives, London: Sage (Chapter 1)

Duncan C, Jones K & Moon G (1993) Do places matter? A multi-level analysis of regional variations in health related behaviour in Britain. Social Science & Medicine, 37, pp.725-733.

Kerrison S & Macfarlane A (1999) Official health statistics : an unofficial guide, London: Arnold.

Mitchell G, Norman P & Mullin K (2015) Who benefits from environmental policy? An environmental justice analysis of air quality change in Britain, 2001–2011, Environmental Research Letters 10, pp. 1-19.

NatCen (2013) The Health Survey for England 2011: Quick Guide to the survey, London; Leeds: HSCIC Available from: HSCI website here

Sointu E (2005) ‘Tracing changing discourses of wellbeing’, The Sociological Review 53(2): 255-274.

Smith SJ and Easterlow D (2005) 'The strange geography of health inequalities' Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers 30, pp.173-190.

Thaler R and Sunstein C (2008, 2009). Nudge: Improving Decisions About Health, Wealth, and Happiness, London: Penguin Books.

Townsend P, Davidson N and Whitehead (Eds.) (1992)  Inequalities In Health: The Black Report, The Health Divide, (2nd edn.), Middlesex: Penguin.

Twigg L & Cooper L (2010) ‘Healthy Behaviour’ in: Brown T., McLafferty S. and Moon G. (eds.) A Companion to Health and Medical Geography, Oxford: Blackwell, Chapter 24, pp.460-476

Twigg L & Moon G (2002) ‘Predicting small-area health-related behaviours: a comparison of multilevel synthetic estimation & local survey data’. Social Science & Medicine 54, pp.931-937

Twigg L, Moon G & Walker S (2004) The smoking epidemic in England, NHS London: Health Development Agency.

  

Week 14 & 15 Qualitative Prcaticals: Visual methods (DB)

Aitken, S. & Craine, J. (2005) Visual methodologies: what you see is not always what you get, in Flowerdew, R. & Martin, D. (eds) Methods in Human Geography (Pearson)

Albury, K. (2014) Porn and sex education, porn as sex education, Porn Studies 1: 172-181. Available online 

Banks, M. (2001) Visual Methods in Social Research (Sage)

Bartram, R. (2010) Geography and the interpretation of visual imagery, in N. Clifford, S. French & G. Valentine (eds) Key Methods in Geography (Sage)

Briones, R. Nan, X., Madden, K. & Waks, L. (2012) When vaccines go viral: an analysis of HPV vaccine coverage on YouTube, Health Communication 27: 478-485.

Brown, R. & Gregg, M. (2012) The pedagogy of regret: Facebook, binge drinking and young women, Continuum: Journal of Media & Cultural Studies 26: 357-369.

Cortese, D. et al (2018) Smoking selfies: using Instagram to explore young women’s smoking behaviors, Social Media & Society online

Del Casino, V. & Brooks, C. (2015) Talking about bodies online: Viagra, YouTube, and the politics of public(ized) sexualities, Gender, Place & Culture 22: 474-493

Dennis, S. Gaulocher, S, Carpiano, R. & Brown, D. (2009) Participatory photo mapping (PPM): exploring an integrated method for health and place research with young people, Health & Place 15: 466-473.

Haines-Saah, R, Oliffe, J. White, C. & Bottorff, J. (2013) “It is just not part of the culture here”: young adults’ photo-narratives about smoking, quitting, and health lifestyles in Vancouver, Canada, Health & Place 22: 19-28.

Harris, A. (2008) The artist as surgical ethnographer: participant observers outside the social sciences, Health 12: 501-514.

Harrison, B. (2002) Seeing health and illness worlds – using visual methodologies in a sociology of health and illness: a methodological review, Sociology of Health & Illness 24: 856-872.

Hoerl, K. & Ryan Kelly, C. (2010) The post-nuclear family and the depoliticization of unplanned pregnancy in Knocked Up, Juno, and Waitress, Communication & Critical/Cultural Studies 7: 360-380.

Knowles, C. (2000) Bedlam on the Streets (Routledge)

Lange, P. (2009) Videos of affinity on YouTube, in P. Snickars (ed) The YouTube Reader (National Library of Sweden)

Laurier, E. (2013) Youtube: using third party video as research data, available from: http://www.ericlaurier.co.uk/resources/Writings/Laurier_2013_Youtube_3rd_party.pdf

Locatelli, E. (2017) images of breastfeeding on Instagram: self-representation, publicness, and privacy management, Social Media & Society online

Longhurst, R. (2009) YouTube: a new space for birth? Feminist Review 93: 46-63.

Manning, P. (2013a) ‘No Reefer Madness please – we’re British’: accounting for the remarkable absence of mediated drugs education in post-war Britain 1945-1985, Media History 19: 475-495.

Manning, P. (2013b) YouTube, ‘drug videos’ and drugs education, Drugs: Education, Prevention & Policy 20: 120-130.

Pariera, K. et al (2014) Portrayals of reproductive and sexual health on prime-time television, Health Communication 29: 698-706.

Parr, H. (2007) Collaborative film-making as process, method and text in mental health research, Cultural Geographies 14: 114-138

Pink, S. (2007). Doing Visual Ethnography (Sage)

Rose, E. & Lonsdale, S. (2016) Painting place: re-imagining landscapes for older people’s subjective wellbeing, Health & Place 40: 58-65

Rose, G. (2011) Visual Methodologies: an introduction to researching with visual materials (Sage)

Tembeck, T. (2016) Selfies of ill health: online autopathographic photography and the dramaturgy of the everyday, Social Media & Society online

Tiidenberg, K. & Baym, N. (2017) Learn it, buy it, work it: intensive pregnancy on Instagram, Social Media & Society online

 

Week 14: Therapeutic landscapes (DB)

Bell, D. (2008) Two views of outside in British city centres, Urban Design 108: 24-27.

Bierski, K. (2016) Recovering mental health across outdoor places in Richmond, London: tuning, skills and narrative, Health & Place 40: 137-144,

Brewster, L. (2014) The public library as therapeutic landscape: a qualitative case study, Health & Place 26: 94-99.

Collins, D. & Procter, A. (2011) Smoking’s shrinking geographies, Geography Compass 5: 918-931.

Curtis, S., Gesler, W., Fabian, K., Francis, S. & Priebe, S. (2007) Therapeutic landscapes in hospital design: a qualitative assessment by staff and service users of the design of a new mental health inpatient unit, Environment & Planning C: Government & Policy 25: 591-610.

Doughty, K. (2013) Walking together: the embodied and mobile production of a therapeutic landscape, Health & Place 24: 140-146.

Gastaldo, D., Andrews, G. & Khanlou, N. (2004) Therapeutic landscapes of the mind: some intersections between health geography, health promotion and immigration studies, Critical Public Health 14: 157-176.

Gatrell, A. (2013) Therapeutic mobilities: walking and ‘steps’ to wellbeing and health, Health & Place 22: 98-106.

Gesler, W. (1992) Therapeutic landscapes: medical issues in light of the new cultural geography, Social Science & Medicine 34: 735-746.

Gesler, W. (1993) Therapeutic landscapes: theory and a case study of Epidauros, Greece, Environment & Planning D: Society & Space 11: 171-189.

Gesler, W. (2003) Healing Places (Rowman & Littlefield)

Greenhough, B. (2011) Room with a rhinovirus? Blurring the boundaries between research and therapeutic space, Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers 37: 402-417

Health & Place (2005) Therapeutic landscapes: an evolving theme, Health & Place 11 (special issue)

Hitchings, R. (2010) Urban greenspace from the outside in: an argument for the approach and a study with office workers, Geoforum 41: 855-864.

Laws, J. (2009) Reworking therapeutic landscape: the spatiality of an ‘alternative’ self-help group, Social Science & Medicine 69: 1827-1833.

Poland, B. (2000) The ‘considerate’ smoker in public space: the micro-politics and political economy of ‘doing the right thing’, Health & Place 6: 1-14.

Tan, Q. (2013) Smoking spaces as enabling spaces of wellbeing, Health & Place 24: 173-182.

Thompson, L., Pearce, J., & Barnett, R. (2009) Nomadic identities and socio-spatial competence: making sense of post-smoking selves, Social & Cultural Geography 10: 565-581.

Vanolo, A. (2014) Locating the couch: an autobiographical analysis of the multiple spatialities of psychoanalytic therapy, Social & Cultural Geography 15: 368-384

Williams, A. (ed.) (2007) Therapeutic Landscapes (Ashgate)

 

Week 15: Health activism (DB)

Alaimo, S. (2009) MCS matters: material agency in the science and politics of environmental illness, Topia 21: 9-27 Available as an Online Course Reading in Minerva 

Barbot, J. (2006) How to build an “active” patient? The work of AIDS associations in France, Social Science & Medicine 62: 538-51

Biehl, J. (2004) The activist state: global pharmaceuticals, AIDS, and citizenship in Brazil, Social Text 22: 105-32

Blackman, L. (2007) Psychiatric culture and bodies of resistance, Body & Society 13: 1-23

Blume, S. (2006) Anti-vaccination movements and their interpretations, Social Science & Medicine 62: 628-42

Brown, M. (1995) Ironies of distance: an ongoing critique of the geographies of AIDS, Environment & Planning D: Society & Space 13: 159-83

Brownlie, J. & Howson, A. (2005) ‘Leaps of faith’ and MMR: an empirical study of trust, Sociology 39: 221-39

Cohen, P. (1997) “All they needed”: AIDS, consumption, and the politics of class, Journal of the History of Sexuality 8: 86-115

Crimp, D. & Rolston, A. (1990) AIDS Demo Graphics (Bay Press)

Crossley, N. (2006) The field of psychiatric contention in the UK, 1960-2000, Social Science & Medicine 62: 552-63

Crossley, M. & Crossley, N. (2001) ‘Patient’ voices, social movements and the habitus: how psychiatric survivors ‘speak out’, Social Science & Medicine 52: 1477-89

Dumit, J. (2006) Illnesses you have to fight to get: facts as forces in uncertain, emergent illnesses, Social Science & Medicine 62: 577-590

Engels, K. (2016) Biopower, normalization, and HPV: a Foucauldian analysis of the HPV vaccine controversy, Journal of the Medical Humanities 37: 299-312

Epstein, S. (1995) The construction of lay expertise: AIDS activism and the forging of credibility in the reform of clinical trials, Science, Technology, & Human Values 20: 408-37

Fair, B. (2010) Morgellons: contested illness, diagnostic compromise and medicalization, Sociology of Health & Illness 32: 597-612

Geltmaker, T. (1992) The Queer Nation Acts Up: health care, politics, and sexual diversity in the County of Angels, Environment & Planning D: Society & Space 10: 609-50

Gould, P. (1993) The Slow Plague (Blackwell)

Hobson-West, P. (2003) Understanding vaccination resistance: moving beyond risk, Health, Risk & Society 5: 273-83

Hobson-West, P. (2007) ‘Trusting blindly can be the biggest risk of all’: organised resistance to childhood vaccination in the UK, Sociology of Health & Illness 29: 198-215

Hubbard, J. (2012) United in Anger (unitedinanger.com)

Juhasz, J. (2012) Forgetting ACT UP, Quarterly Journal of Speech 98: 69-74

Landzelius, K. (2006) Introduction: patient organization movements and new metamorphoses in patienthood, Social Science & Medicine 62: 529-37

Lipson, J. (2004) Multiple chemical sensitivities: stigma and social experiences, Medical Anthropology Quarterly 18: 200-213

Murphy, M. (2006) Sick Building Syndrome and the Problem of Uncertainty (Duke UP)

Novas, C. (2006) The political economy of hope: patients’ organizations, science and biovalue, BioSocieties 1: 289-305 Available as an Online Course Reading in Minerva 

Pandler, H. (2009) Spaces of psychiatric contention: a case study of a therapeutic community, Health & Place 15: 672-8

Skea, Z., Entwhistle, V., Watt, I. & Russell, E. (2008) ‘Avoiding harm to others’ in relation to parental measles, mumps and rubella (MMR) vaccination discussions – a analysis of an online chat forum, Social Science & Medicine 67: 1382-90

Smith, N. & Graham, T. (2019) Mapping the anti-vaccine movement on Facebook, Information, Communication & Society 22: 1310-1327

Sobo, E., Huhn, A., Sannwald, A. & Thurman, L. (2016) Information curation among vaccine cautious parents: Web 2.0, Pinterest thinking, and pediatric vaccination choice, Medical Anthropology 35: 529-546

Speed, E. (2006) Patients, consumers and survivors: a case study of mental health service user discourses, Social Science & Medicine 62: 28-38

Yaqub, O. et al (2014) Attitudes to vaccination: a critical review, Social Science & Medicine 112: 1-11

 

Week 16: Residential movement and mobility (MG)

Castree N, NM Coe , K Ward , M Samers (2004) Spaces of Work: Global Capitalism and Geographies of Labour, London: Sage (Chapter 7: Dis/placing Labour, p.199).

Champion, A., Fotheringham, A.S. , Rees, P., Boyle, P. And Stillwell, J. (1998) The Determinants of Migration Flows in England: Review of Existing Data and Evidence,  Report prepared for the Department of the Environment, Transport and the Regions, http://www.geog.leeds.ac.uk/publications/DeterminantsOfMigration/report.pdf

Clark, W., Morrison, P., (2012), Socio-spatial mobility and residential sorting: Evidence from a large-scale survey, Urban Studies, 49, 3253-3270

Clark. W., van Ham, M., Coulter, R., (2014), Spatial mobility and social outcomes, Journal of Housing and the Built Environment, 29, 699-727, DOI 10.1007/s10901-013-9375-0

Dale A., Holdsworth C.  and Fieldhouse E. (2000) The analysis of Census microdata, London: Edward Arnold. Available via catalogue 'International journal of population geography' 7(3):231-233

Darlington, F., Norman, P. and Gould, M. (2015) “Migration and Heath” in: D. Smith, N. Finney, K. Halfacree, and N. Walford (eds) Internal Migration: Geographical Perspectives and Processes, Ashgate, Chapter 8, pp.113-128 (ISBN: 978-1-4724-5248-1).

Fielding, A.J. (2012) Migration in Britain Paradoxes of the Present, Prospects for the Future, Edward Elgar, Cheltenham.

Gould, M. & Shuttleworth, I. (2018) "The Spatial-temporal Exploration of Health and Housing Tenure Transitions Using the Northern Ireland Longitudinal Study" in: J Stillwell (ed.), The Routledge handbook of census resources, methods and applications : unlocking the UK 2011 census, London: Routledge, Chapter 26, pp349-361, ISBN: 978-1-4724-7588-6.

Green A & Shuttleworth I (2015) “Key themes in employment, migration and mobility”, in: D. Smith, N. Finney, K. Halfacree, and N. Walford (eds) Internal Migration: Geographical Perspectives and Processes, Ashgate, Chapter 5, pp.65-80.

Holdsworth C, Finney N, Marshall A and Norman P (2013) Population and society, Los Angeles: Sage.

Massey, D., Denton, N., 1988. The dimensions of residential segregation, Social Forces, 67, 281-315.

Moon G, Gould M et al (2001) Epidemiology: An Introduction, Milton Keynes: Open University Press (Chapter 2)

Rees PH; Martin D; Williamson P (Eds.) (2002) The Census Data System, Chichester: John Wiley.

Shuttleworth, I, Foley, B, Gould, M, Champion, T. (2021) Residential mobility in divided societies: How individual religion and geographical context influenced housing moves in Northern Ireland 2001–2011. Population Space Place 27 :e2387.

Stillwell J (ed.),. (2018) The Routledge Handbook of Census Resources, Methods and Applications: Unlocking the UK 2011 Census, London: Routledge.

Thomas M, Stillwell J, and Gould M (2015) “Modelling mover/stayer characteristics across the lifecourse using a large commercial sample” Population, Space and Place 22(6), 584-598, Early View: DOI: 10.1002/psp.1943.

Thomas M, Stillwell J, and Gould M (2015) “Modelling multilevel variations in distance moved between origins and destinations in England and Wales”, Environment & Planning: A 47(4), pp.996-1014, doi: 10.1068/a130327p

Thomas M, Stillwell J, and Gould M (2016) ‘Modelling the duration of residence and plans for future residential relocation: A multilevel analysis', Transactions Institute of British Geographers 41(3), pp. 297-312,  DOI:10.1111/tran.12123

 

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