GEOG 320: Health, Wellbeing, and Geography (Rev. C1) Report a Broken Link

Unit 2: Health, Inequality, and Geography

Macintyre, S., & Ellaway, A. (2003). Chapter 2: Neighborhoods and health: An overview. In I. Kawachi & L. F. Berkman (Eds.), Neighborhoods and health. New York: Oxford University Press.

Unit 3: Space, Place, and the Changing Landscape of Care

Dyck, I., Kontos, P., Angus, J., & McKeever, P. (2005). The home as a site for long-term care: Meanings and management of bodies and spaces. Health & Place, 11(2), 173–185.

Unit 4: Mobility and Health

Keil, R., & Ali, H. (2006). The avian flu: Some lessons learned from the 2003 SARS outbreak in Toronto. Area, 38(1), 107–109.
CBC. (2013, February 25). Ethical dilemmas surrounding medical tourism. From The current with Ana Maria Tremonti. Toronto: CBC.

Unit 5: Impairment, Disability, and Space

Kitchin, R. (1998). “Out of place,” “knowing one’s place”: Space, power and the exclusion of disabled people. Disability & Society, 13(3), 343–356.
Imrie, R. (2004). Disability, embodiment and the meaning of the home. Housing Studies, 19, 745–763.
Hall, E., & Wilton, R. (2011). Alternative spaces of “work” and inclusion for disabled people. Disability & Society, 26(7), 867–880.

Unit 6: Environmental Risk and Health

Whiting, G. (2001). Worst case scenario. Toronto: National Film Board of Canada. 43.54 min.

Unit 7: Climate, Weather, and Wellbeing

Skinner, M., Yantzi, N., & Rosenberg, M. (2009). Neither rain nor hail nor sleet nor snow: Provider perspectives on the challenges of weather for home and community care. Social Science & Medicine, 68, 682–688.

Assignment 2: Medical Landscapes

Kearns R. A., Barnett, J. R., & Newman, D. (2003). Placing private health care: Reading Ascot Hospital in the landscape of contemporary Auckland. Social Science and Medicine, 56(11), 2303–2315.