By Georg Simmel
Quelle est los angeles psychologie de l'habitant des grandes villes ? Son rythme de vie est-il à l'origine de son individualisme ? remark s'adapte-t-il aux normes de l. a. société ?
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Similarly, studies linking drug using behaviors to the built environment are emerging. For example, Hembree et al. (2005) used multilevel analyses to demonstrate the association between neighborhood-built-environment and the likelihood of overdose death in New York City. There are many opportunities in which the integration of geography and social epidemiology may further our understanding of the degree to which the built environment contributes to drug use, abuse, and addiction. Though not directly studying drug use, Galea, Vlahov, Ahern, Rudenstine, and Wallace (2005) use geographical analyses to evaluate the linkage between poor quality built environment and likelihood of depression.
Another is to incorporate varying individual responses to those characteristics to reflect differences in vulnerability related to age, class, gender, and so on. Finally, perhaps the greatest challenge is to tease out the pathways through space and time by which places affect health and vice versa. This requires integrating geographical, social, and biological forms of understanding – a daunting but exciting challenge that will occupy health research well into the next century. 1 Placing Substance Abuse 13 Analyzing Disparities in Health Care Analyzing geographic disparities in health care location and access is another area where geographers can contribute to substance abuse research.
These studies point out the importance of national health care policies and modes of provision in influencing the locations of health care providers and the quantity and quality of services offered. National policies such as the neoliberal ‘reterritorialization’ of health care in New Zealand – an effort by the central government to reassert the importance and power of local citizens in local health care decision-making, alter the balance between local and national control over health care (Prince, Kearns, and Craig 2006).