The approaches to measuring the potential spatial access to urban health services revisited: distance types and aggregation-error issues

By Philippe Apparicio Abstract The potential spatial access to urban health services is an important issue in health geography, spatial epidemiology and public health. Computing geographical accessibility measures for residential areas (e.g. census tracts) depends on a type of distance, a Leia mais – Read More…..

How the Layout of Urban “Cells” Affects The Function and Success of Neighborhoods – By Annalise Zorn

An urban areas develop, each city forms a unique structural logic. With this structure usually conceived on an ad-hoc basis, political terms such as “metropolitan area” and “neighborhood” are not always useful when analyzing and comparing the performance of cities. Leia mais – Read More…..

A grande mídia e o impedimento presidencial: Dilma vs. Temer – Por Patricia Bandeira de Melo e João Feres Júnior

No artigo “A grande mídia e o impedimento presidencial: Dilma vs. Temer”, Patricia Bandeira de Melo e João Feres Júnior discutem como a mídia brasileira noticiou as votações na Câmara dos Deputados relativas ao afastamento e à investigação de dois Leia mais – Read More…..