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Mapping Perceptions of Safety in Parks

@article{Morgan2018MappingPO,
  title={Mapping Perceptions of Safety in Parks},
  author={John Derek Morgan and Jamie A. Snyder and Sara Z. Evans and Jocelyn Evans and Rachael Greller},
  journal={The Florida Geographer},
  year={2018},
  volume={49}
}
  • John Derek Morgan, Jamie A. Snyder, +2 authors Rachael Greller
  • Published 2018
  • Psychology
  • The Florida Geographer
  • Public parks within urban areas are ideal spaces for recreation and human-environment activity that can foster physical health and mental wellbeing (Chiesura, 2004; Frumkin et al. 2017; Gascon et al. 2015; Sturm & Cohen 2014). Natural and built features available within a given park either facilitate or restrict these benefits for visitors. For instance, a park that provides a designated dog walk area with associated fencing, open grass and canine watering stations, facilitates that specific… CONTINUE READING

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