Considering daily mobility for a more comprehensive understanding of contextual effects on social inequalities in health: a conceptual proposal.

Abstract

Despite growing interest in integrating people׳s daily mobility into contextual studies of social inequalities in health, the links between daily mobility and health inequalities remain inadequately conceptualised. This conceptual proposal anchors the relationship between daily mobility and contextual influences on social inequalities in health into the… (More)
DOI: 10.1016/j.healthplace.2014.07.007

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@article{Shareck2014ConsideringDM, title={Considering daily mobility for a more comprehensive understanding of contextual effects on social inequalities in health: a conceptual proposal.}, author={Martine Shareck and Katherine Frohlich and Yan Kestens}, journal={Health & place}, year={2014}, volume={29}, pages={154-60} }