Neighbourhood perceptions and older adults’ wellbeing: does walking explain the relationship in deprived urban communities? (2019)
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CitationNeighbourhood perceptions and older adults’ wellbeing: Does walking explain the relationship in deprived urban communities? Angela Curla, Phil Mason. Transportation Research Part A: Policy and Practice, Volume 123, May 2019, Pages 119-129
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Keywordsdeprived urban communities; mobility; wellbeing; neighbourhood environment; ageing
ANZSRC Fields of Research33 - Built environment and design::3304 - Urban and regional planning::330411 - Urban design
11 - Medical and Health Sciences::1117 - Public Health and Health Services::111714 - Mental Health
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