HGIS Bibliography

Goodchild, Michael F. and Donald G. Janelle. Spatially Integrated Social Science (Toronto: Oxford University Press, 2004).

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Table of Contents

Foreward by Norman M. Bradburn



1. Thinking Spatially in the Social Sciences by Michael F. Goodchild and Donald G. Janelle

Part I. Spatial Analysis at Individual and Household Levels

2. Inferring the Behavior of Households from Remotely Sensed Changes in Land Cover: Current Methods and Future Directions by Bruce Boucek and Emilio F. Moran

3. Geovisualization of Human Activity Patterns Using 3D GIS: A Time-Geographic Approach by Mei-Po Kwan and Jiyeong Lee

4. Agent-Based Modeling: From Individual Residential Choice to Urban Residential Dynamics by Itzhak Benenson

5. Too Much of the Wrong Kind of Data: Implications for the Practice of Micro-Scale Spatial Modeling by David O’Sullivan

Part II. Neighborhood-Level Analysis

6. Identifying Ethnic Neighborhoods with Census Data: Group Concentration and Spatial Clustering by John R. Logan and Wenquan Zhang

7. Spatial Analysis of Homicide with Areal Data by Steven F. Messner and Luc Anselin

8. Spatial (Dis)Advantage and Homicide in Chicago Neighborhoods by Robert J. Sampson and Jeffrey D. Morenoff

9. Measuring Spatial Diffusion of Shots Fired Activity Across City Neighborhoods by George Tita and Jacqueline Cohen

10. The Spatial Structure of Urban Political Discussion Networks by Munroe EaglesPaul Belanger, and Hugh W. Calkins 

Part III. Region-Level Analysis

11. Mapping Social Exclusion and Inclusion in Developing Countries: Spatial Patterns of Sao Paolo in the 1990s by Gilberto Camara, Aldaiza Sposati, Dirce Koga, Antonio Miguel Monteiro, Frederico Roman Ramos, Eduardo Camargo, and Suzana Druck Fuks

12. Business Location and Spatial Externalities: Tying Concepts to Measures by Stuart H. Sweeney and Edward J. Feser

13. Updating Spatial Perspectives and Analytical Frameworks in Urban Research by Qing Shen

14. Spatial Analysis of Regional Income Inequality by Sergio J. Rey

15. Shaping Policy Decisions with Spatial Analysis by Ted K. Bradshaw and Brian Muller

16. Geographical Approaches for Reconstructing Past Human Behavior from Prehistoric Roadways by John Kantner

Part IV. Multi-Scale Spatial Perspectives

17. Time, Space, and Archaeological Landscapes: Establishing Connections in the First Millennium BC by Patrick Daly and Gary Lock

18. Spatial Perspectives in Public Health by Anthony C. Gatrell and Janette E. Rigby

19. The Role of Spatial Analysis in Demographic Research by John R. Weeks

20. Spatial Interaction Models of International Telecommunication Flows by Jean-Michel Guldmann

21. Planning Scenario Visualization and Assessment: A Cellular Automata Based Integrated Spatial Decision Support System by Roger White, Bas Straatman, and Guy Engelen

Epilogue: Spatial Analysis in Retrospect and Prospect by Brian J.L. Berry



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