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Imrie, R. (1993) Disablism, Planning And The Built Environment. Environment And Planning C: Government And Policy, 11, 213-231.
Imrie, R. (1996), Equity, Social Justice, and Planning for Access and Disabled People: an International Perspective, International Planning Studies, 1(1), 17-34
Imrie, R. (1996) Ableist Geographies, Disablist Spaces: Towards A Reconstruction Of Golledge's Geography And The Disabled. Transactions Of The Institute Of British Geographers, 21, 397-403.
Imrie, R. (1996) Disability And The City: International Perspectives. Paul Chapman Publishing, London.
Imrie, R.F. 1997: The body, disability, and Le Corbusier's conception of the radiant environment. Exeter, England: RGS/IBG Annual Conference.
Imrie, R. (2000). Disability and discourses of mobility and movement. Environment and Planning A, 32(9), 1641-1656.
Imrie, R. (2001). Barriered and bounded places and the spatialities of disability. Urban Studies, 38(2), 231-237.
Imrie, R., & Hall, P. (2001). An exploration of disability and the development process. Urban Studies, 38(2), 333-350.
Imrie, R. & Wells, P.E. (1993), `Disablism, Planning and the Built Environment', Environment and Planning C: Government and Policy, 11(2), pp.213-31
Imrie, R. And Wells, P. (1993) Creating A Barrier-Free Environment. Town and Country Planning, 61(10) 278-279.
International Cartographic Association, Commission On Maps And Graphics For Blind And Visually Impaired People (1996) Maps And Diagrams For Blind And Visually Impaired People: Needs, Solutions, Developments. Proceedings. Ljubljana, Slovenia.
Jacobson, R.D. (1992) Spatial Cognition Through Tactile Mapping. Swansea Geographer 29: 79-88.
Jacobson, R.D. (1994) GIS And The Visually Disabled: The Spatial Contribution To Mobility. Mapping Awareness 8(6): 37-39.
Jacobson, R.D. (1994) Navigation For The Visually Impaired: Going Beyond Tactile Cartography. Swansea Geographer 31: 53-59.
Jacobson, R.D. & Kitchin, R.M. (1995) Assessing The Configurational Knowledge Of People With Visual Impairments Or Blindness, Swansea Geographer, 32: 14-24.
Jacobson, R.D. and Kitchin, R. M. (1997) GIS and people with visual impairments or blindness: Exploring the potential for education, orientation and navigation. Transactions in Geographic Information Systems. 2(4) 315-332.
Jacobson, R.D., Lippa, Y., Golledge, R., Kitchin, R. and Blades, M. (2001) Rapid development of cognitive maps in people with visual impairments when exploring novel geographic spaces. Bulletin of People-Environment Studies: 3-6
Jaffe, M. & Smith, T.P. 1986: Siting Homes for Developmentally Disabled Persons, Chicago: American Planning Association
Jones, K. and Moon, G. 1987: Health, disease and society: an introduction to medical geography. London: Routledge.
Joseph, A.E. 1979: The referral system as a modifier of distance decay effects in the utilization of mental health care services. The Canadian Geographer 23:2, 159-169.
Joseph, A. E. And G. B. Hall (1985) 'The Locational Concentration Of Group Homes In Toronto.' Professional Geographer 37(2):143-55.
Joseph, A. E. And D. R. Phillips (1984). Accessibility And Utilization: Geographic Perspectives On Health Care Delivery (Harper And Row: New York).
Joseph, A.E. and Boeckh, J.L. 1981: Locational variation in mental health care utilization dependent upon diagnosis: a Canadian example. Social Science and Medicine 15D:3, 395-404.
Juurmaa, J. And Lehtinen-Railo, S. 1994: Visual Experience And Access To Spatial Knowledge. Journal Of Visual Impairment And Blindness, 88, 157-170.
Kearns, R. A. (1985) 'Towards A Social Geography Of The Psychiatrically Disadvantaged.' In Proceedings, 13th New Zealand Geography Conference. University Of Waikato, New Zealand.
Kearns, R. A. (1987) 'Unravelling The Web: The Influence Of Environment On Coping Ability Of Chronic Psychiatric Clients.' In Proceedings Of The Second International Symposium In Medical Geography, Rutgers University, New Jersey.
Kearns, R. A. (1990a) 'Satisfaction With Community Life Among Chronically Mentally Disabled Persons In Auckland.' Community Mental Health In New Zealand 5(2):47-63.
Kearns, R. A. (1990b) Coping And Community Life For People With Long-Term Mental Disabilities In Auckland. Occasional Paper No. 26, Department Of Geography, University Of Auckland.
Kearns, R. A. (1996). 'Aids And Medical Geography: Embracing The Other?' Progress In Human Geography 20(1):123-131.
Kearns, R.A. 1994: Putting health and health care into place: an invitation accepted and declined. Professional Geographer 46:1, 111-115.
Kearns, R. A. And C. J. Smith (1993) 'Housing Stressors And Mental Health Among Marginalized Populations.' Area 25:267-278.
Kearns, R. A. And C. J. Smith (1994) 'Housing, Homelessness And Mental Health: Mapping An Agenda For Geographical Inquiry.' The Professional Geographer ???.
Kearns, R. A. And C. J. Smith (1994) 'The Residential Mobility Experiences Of Marginalized Populations.' Tijdschrift Voor Economische En Sociale Geografie 85(2):114-129.
Kearns, R. A., C. J. Smith And M. W. Abbott (1991) Exploring The Relationships Between Housing Problems And Mental Health In Two New Zealand Cities. Final Report To The Foundation For Research, Science And Technology.
Kearns, R. A., C. J. Smith And M. W. Abbott (1992) 'The Stress Of Incipient Homelessness.' Housing Studies 7:280-298.
Kearns, R. A., C. J. Smith And M. W. Abbott (1993) 'Housing Stressors And Persons With Serious Mental Illnesses.' Health And Social Care In The Community 1:263-275.
Kearns, R. A. And S. M. Taylor (1989) 'Daily Experience Of People With Chronic Mental Disabilities.' Canada's Mental Health 4:1-4.
Kearns, R. A., S. M. Taylor, And M. J. Dear (1987). `Coping And Satisfaction Among The Chronically Mentally Disabled.' Canadian Journal Of Community Mental Health 6:13-24.
Kearns, R. A., S. M. Taylor, And M. W. Abbott (1991). `Another Day In Paradise? Life On The Margins In Urban New Zealand.' Social Science And Medicine 33(4):369-379.
Kirby, A., Bowlby, S.R. and Swann, V. 1983: Mobility problems of the disabled. Cities 117-119.
Kitchin, R.M. (1997) A Geography Of, For, With Or By Disabled People: Reconceptualising The Position Of Geographer As Expert. Saru Working Paper 1, School Of Geosciences, Queens University Of Belfast.
Kitchin, R.M. (1996) A Geography Of, For Or With Disabled People? Paper Presented At The 4th Young Welsh Geographers Conference, Gregynog, 15-16th March.
Kitchin, R.M. (In Press) Speaking Through Academia: Towards Studies By Disabled People. Access Magazine.
Kitchin, R. (1998) "Out of place", "knowing one's place": Towards a spatialised theory of disability and social exclusion. Disability and Society, 13(3): 343-356.
Kitchin, R. (1999) Creating an awareness of Others: highlighting the role of space and place. Geography 84(1): 45-54.
Kitchin, R. (1999) Ethics and morals in geographical studies of disability. In Proctor, J. and Smith, D. (Eds) Geography and Ethics: Journeys through a Moral Terrain, Routledge. pp. 223-236.
Kitchin, R. (2000) Disability, Space and Society. Geographical Association, Changing Geography Series. 1-899085-87-4
Kitchin, R. (2000) The researched opinions on research: Disabled people and disability research. Disability and Society 15(1): 25-48.
Kitchin, R. (2001) Disability and inclusive landscapes. Teaching Geography 26(2): 81-85.
Kitchin, R. (2001) Using participatory action research approaches in geographical studies of disability: Some reflections. Disability Studies Quarterly 21(4): 61-69. Online at: http://www.cds.hawaii.edu/dsq/_articles_pdf/2001/Fall/dsq_2001_Fall_08.pdf
Kitchin, R. (2002) Participatory mapping of disabled access. Cartographic Perspectives 42: 50-62.
Kitchin, R., Blades, M. and Golledge, R.G. (1997) Understanding spatial concepts at the geographic scale without the use of vision. Progress in Human Geography, 21(2): 225-242.
Kitchin, R. and Jacobson, R.D. (1997) Techniques to collect and analyze the cognitive map knowledge of persons with visual impairment or blindness: issues of validity. Journal of Visual Impairment and Blindness, 91(4): 393-400.
Kitchin, R., Jacobson, R.D., Golledge, R.G. and Blades, M. (1998) Belfast without sight: Exploring geographies of blindness. Irish Geography 31: 34-46.
Kitchin, R. and Law, R. (2001) The socio-spatial construction of disabled-access toilets. Urban Studies 32: 287-298.
Kitchin, R., Shirlow, P. and Shuttleworth, I. (1998) On the margins: Disabled people's access to and experiences of employment in Donegal, West Ireland. Disability and Society, 13(5): 785-806.
Kitchin, R. and Wilton, R. (Eds) (2000) Geography, Disability and Ethics. Ethics, Place and Environment 3(1): 61-102.
Kitchin, R. and Wilton, R. (2000) Disability, Geography and Ethics: Introduction. Ethics, Place and Environment 3(1): 61-65.
Kitchin, R. and Wilton, R. (in press) Disability activism and the politics of scale in Canada and Ireland. Canadian Geographer.
Klatzky, R.L., and Lederman, S.J. 1988: The representation of objects in memory: Contrasting perspectives from vision and touch. In M. Gruneberg, P. Morris And R. Sykes (Eds.), Practical Aspects Of Memory: Current Research And Issues. New York: Wiley, 2: 426-433.
Klatzky, R.L., Loomis, J.M., Golledge, R.G., Cicinelli, J.G., Doherty, S., and Pellegrino, J.W.(1990) Acquisition of route and survey knowledge in the absence of vision. Journal Of Motor Behavior, 22(1), 19-43.
Kridler, C. & Stewart, R.K. (1992a), `Access for the Disabled 1', Progressive Architecture, 73(7), pp.41-2.
Kridler, C. & Stewart, R.K. (1992b), `Access for the Disabled 2', Progressive Architecture, 73(8), pp.35-6.
Kridler, C. & Stewart, R.K. (1992c), `Access for the Disabled 3', Progressive Architecture, 73(9), pp.45-6.
Kruse, R. (2002) Social Spaces of Little People: The experiences of the Jamisons. Social and Cultural Geography 3(2):175-192.
Lassiter, U. 1995: Ideology and deaf community formation in the environment of Chisholm Hall. Unpublished MA thesis, Department of Geography, California State University-Northridge, Northridge, CA.
Law, R. (1996) 'Equity, Aids And Social Service Provision: Making A Community In West Hollywood.' In Proceedings Of The 18th New Zealand Geographical Society Conference. Christchurch: New Zealand Geographical Society (In Press).
Law, R.M. & Gleeson, B.J. (1997), Another Landscape of Despair? Charting the Service-Dependent Ghetto in Dunedin,' The New Zealand Geographer, forthcoming
Laws, G. (1988). `Privatization And The Local Welfare State: The Case Of Toronto's Social Services.' Transactions Of The Institute Of British Geographers New Series 13:433-448.
Laws, G. (1989). `Privatization And Dependency On The Local Welfare State.' In J. Wolch And M. Dear (Eds.) The Power Of Geography: How Territory Shapes Social Life. (Unwin Hyman: London), 238-257.
Laws, G. 1993: The land of old age: societys changing attitudes towards urban built environments for elderly people. Annals of the Association of American Geographers 83:4, 672-693.
Laws, G. 1994: Oppression, knowledge and the built environment. Political Geography 13:1, 7-32.
Laws, G And Dear, M. (1988) Coping In The Community: A Review Of The Factors Influencing The Lives Of Disintitutionalised Ex-Psychiatric Patients. In Smith, C.J. And Giggs, J. (Eds) Location And Stigma: Contemporary Perspectives On Mental Health And Mental Health Care. Unwin Hyman, London, 83-102.
Lebovich, W.L. (1993) Design for dignity: Studies in accessibility. John Wiley, Chicester.
Leccese, M. (1993), Is Access Attainable?, Landscape Architecture, 83(6), 71-5
Lee, C. E., & Lee, D. (2001). Kindergarten geography: Teaching diversity to young people. Journal of Geography, 100(5), 152-157.
Leonard J.A. And Newman, R.C. 1967: Spatial Orientation In The Blind. Nature, 215, September.
Lifchez, R. And B. Winslow (1979). Design For Independent Living: The Environment And Physically Disabled People (The Architectural Press: London).
Liggett, H. 1988: Stars are not born: an interpretive approach to the politics of disability. Disability, Handicap and Society 3:3, 263-275.
Lin, G. (2000). Regional assessment of elderly disability in the U.S. Social Science and Medicine, 50(7-8), 1015-1024.
Lin, G., & Zimmer, Z. (2002). A geographical analysis of spatial differentials in mobility and self-care limitations among older Americans. International Journal of Population Geography, 8(6), 395-408.
Locker, D., Rao, B. & Weddell, J.M. 1979: The Community Reaction to a Hostel for the Mentally Handicapped. Social Science and Medicine, 13A, 817-21
Loomis, J., Klatzky, R., Golledge, R., Cicinelli, J., Pellegrino J. And Fry, P. (1993). Nonvisual Navigation By Blind And Sighted: Assessment Of Path Integration Ability. Journal Of Experimental Psychology: General, 122, 73-91.
Lovett, A. A. And Gattrell, A. C. (1988) `The Geography Of Spina Bifida In England And Wales.' Transactions Of The Institute Of British Geographers 13:288-302.
Lund, F.H. 1930: Physical Asymmetries And Disorientation. American Journal Of Psychology, 42, 51-62.
McGlashen, N.D. 1972: Blindness in Luapula Province, Zambia. In McGlashen, N.D., editor, Medical geography: techniques and field studies, London: Methuen, 153-163.
McTavish, F. (1992), `The Effectiveness of People With Disabilities in the Policy Process: The Total Mobility Scheme Example', Masters Thesis, Department of Geography, University of Otago
Macintyre, S., Ford, G., & Hunt, K. (1999). Do women 'over-report' morbidity? Men's and women's responses to structured prompting on a standard question on long standing illness. Social Science and Medicine, 48(1), 89-98.
Madigan, R., & Milner, J. (1999). Access for all: Housing design and the disability discrimination act 1995. Critical Social Policy, 19(3), 396-409.
Marston, J. R. (2002). Towards an Accessible City: Empirical Measurement and Modeling of Access to Urban Opportunities for those with Vision Impairments, Using Remote Infrared Audible Signage. Unpublished Dissertation , Santa Barbara, California.
Marston, J .R., & Golledge, R. G. (2000) Towards an Accessible City: Removing Functional Barriers to Independent travel for Blind and Vision Impaired: A Case for Auditory Signs . Final Report, University of California Berkeley: University of California Transportation Center, Grant # UCTC 65V430, June.
Marston, J. R., & Golledge, R.G. (2001), Empirical Measurement of Barriers to Public Transit for the Vision-Impaired and the use of Remote Infrared Auditory Signage for Mitigation , Proceedings of the California State University Northridge Conference on Technology and Disability. Los Angeles, CA.
Marston, J.R., & Golledge, R. G. (In press) The Hidden Demand for Activity Participation and Travel by People with Vision Impairment or Blindness, Journal of Visual Impairment and Blindness.
Marston, J. R., Golledge, R. G., & Costanzo, C. M. (1997). Investigating travel behavior of nondriving blind and vision impaired people: The role of public transit . The Professional Geographer, 49(2), 235-245.
Matthews, M.H. And Vujakovic, P. (1995) Private Worlds And Public Places: Mapping The Environmental Values Of Wheelchair Users. Environment And Planning A 27, 1069-1083.
Mayer, D. (1981). `Geographical Clues About Multiple Sclerosis.' Annals Of The American Association Of Geographers 71(1):28.
Milligan, C. 1997: Without these walls: a geography of mental ill-health in a rural environment. Exeter, England: RGS/IBG Annual Conference.
Moon, G. (1988) Is There Anyone Around Here? Investigating The Reaction To Small-Scale Mental Hostel Provision In Portsmouth, England. In Smith, C.J. And Giggs, J. (Eds) Location And Stigma: Contemporary Perspectives On Mental Health And Mental Health Care. Unwin Hyman, London. Pp. 203-223
Moore, E. G. (1992). `A Geographic Perspective On The Demography Of Disability.' Paper Presented At The Annual Meeting Of The Association Of American Geography, San Diego, April 22.
Morris, J. (2001). Social exclusion and young disabled people with high levels of support needs. Critical Social Policy, 21(2), 161-183.
Moss, P. (1997). Negotiating Spaces in Home Environments: Older Women Living with Arthritis. Social Science and Medicine 45(1), 23-33.
Moss, P. (1999). Autobiographical Notes on Chronic Illness. In R. Butler and H. Parr (Eds.), Mind and Body Spaces: Geographies of Disability, Illness and Impairment (pp. 155-166). London, Routledge, 155-166.
Moss, P. (2000). Not Quite Abled and Not Quite Disabled: Experiences of Being “In Between” ME and the Academy. Disability Studies Quarterly, 20(3), 287-293.
Moss, P. (2001). Engaging Autobiography. In P. Moss (Ed.), Placing Autobiography in Geography (pp. 188-198). Syracuse: Syracuse University Press.
Moss, P. (2001). Writing One’s Life. In P. Moss (Ed.), Placing Autobiography in Geography (pp. 1-21). Syracuse: Syracuse University Press.
Moss, P. And Dyck, I. (1996) 'Inquiry Into Environment And Body: Women, Work, And Chronic Illness.' Environment And Planning D: Society And Space 14(6):737-753.
Moss, P. and Dyck, I. (1999). Body, Corporeal Space and Legitimating Chronic Illness: Women Diagnosed with ME. Antipode, 31(4), 372-397.
Moss, P. and Dyck, I. (1999). Journeying Through ME: Identity, the Body and Women with Chronic Illness. In E. Teather (Ed.), Embodied Geographies (pp. 157-174). London: Routledge.
Moss, P. and Dyck, I. (2001). Material Bodies Precariously Positioned: Working Women Diagnosed with Chronic Illness. In I. Dyck, N. Davis Lewis, and S. McLafferty (Eds), Geographies of Women’s Health (pp. 231-147). London and New York: Routledge.
Moss, P. and Dyck, I. (2002). Embodying Social Geography. In K. Anderson, M. Domosh, S. Pile & N. Thrift (Eds.), Handbook of Cultural Geography (pp. pp. 58-73). London, Sage;
Moss, P. and Dyck, I. (2002). Women, Body, Illness: Space and Identity in the Everyday Lives of Women with Chronic Illness. Lanham, Md., Rowman & Littlefield.
Moss, P. and Matwychuk, M. (2000). Beyond Speaking as an “As A” and Stating the “Etc.” Toward a Praxis of Difference. Frontiers, 21(3), 82-104.
Mullick, A. (1993) Accessibility issues in park design: the National Parks. Landscape and Urban Planning 26: 25-33.
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