Pathways connecting neighborhood influences and mental well-being: socioeconomic position and gender differences.

@article{Burke2009PathwaysCN,
  title={Pathways connecting neighborhood influences and mental well-being: socioeconomic position and gender differences.},
  author={Jessica G. Burke and Patricia O'Campo and Christina Salmon and Ren{\'e}e Walker},
  journal={Social science & medicine},
  year={2009},
  volume={68 7},
  pages={1294-304}
}
Few studies have explored how participant socioeconomic position (SEP) and gender is related to perceptions of the pathways connecting neighborhood influences and mental well-being. This research used the concept mapping method, an intensive structured conceptualization process that produces pictorial views of how concepts are connected and interrelated. Thirty-six low and non-low SEP men and women from Toronto, Canada participated in the concept mapping sessions. One hundred and twenty unique… CONTINUE READING

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