Spatially Integrated Social Science

By Michael F. Goodchild; Donald G. Janelle | Go to book overview

SPATIALLY INTEGRATED
SOCIAL SCIENCE

Edited by

Michael F. Goodchild Donald G. Janelle

OXFORD UNIVERSITY PRESS

2004

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page *
  • Foreword v
  • Preface vii
  • Contents xi
  • Contributors xv
  • Introduction *
  • 1 - Thinking Spatially in the Social Sciences 3
  • Note *
  • References *
  • Part I - Spatial Analysis at Individual and Household Levels 19
  • 2 - Current Methods and Future Directions 23
  • Notes *
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  • 3 - A Time-Geographic Approach 48
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  • 4 - From Individual Residential Choice to Urban Residential Dynamics 67
  • Notes *
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  • 5 - Implications for the Practice of Micro-Scale Spatial Modeling 95
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  • Part II - Neighborhood-Level Analysis 109
  • 6 - Group Concentration and Spatial Clustering 113
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  • 7 - Spatial Analyses of Homicide with Areal Data 127
  • Notes *
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  • 8 - Spatial (Dis)Advantage and Homicide in Chicago Neighborhoods 145
  • Acknowledgment 165
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  • 9 - Measuring Spatial Diffusion of Shots Fired Activity across City Neighborhoods 171
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  • 10 - The Spatial Structure of Urban Political Discussion Networks 205
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  • References 218
  • Part III - Region-Level Analysis 219
  • 11 - Spatial Patterns of São Paulo in the 1990s 223
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  • 12 - Tying Concepts to Measures 239
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  • 13 - Updating Spatial Perspectives and Analytical Frameworks in Urban Research 263
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  • 14 - Spatial Analysis of Regional 280
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  • 15 - Shaping Policy Decisions with Spatial Analysis 300
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  • 16 - Geographical Approaches for Reconstructing Past Human Behavior from Prehistoric Roadways 323
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  • Part IV - Multi-Scale Spatial Perspectives 345
  • 17 - Establishing Connections in the First Millennium BC 349
  • Notes *
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  • 18 - Spatial Perspectives in Public Health 366
  • References 379
  • 19 - The Role of Spatial Analysis in Demographic Research 381
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  • 20 - Spatial Interaction Models of International Telecommunication Flows 400
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  • 21 - A Cellular Automata Based Integrated Spatial Decision Support System 420
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  • Epilogue - Spatial Analysis in Retrospect and Prospect 443
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  • Index 447
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