Bibliographic record and links to related information available from the Library of Congress catalog.
Note: Contents data are machine generated based on pre-publication provided by the publisher. Contents may have variations from the printed book or be incomplete or contain other coding.
CONTENTS: Introduction. Science with the people Doug Brugge, and H. Patricia Hynes SECTION A. HOUSING Chapter 1. Public health and physical environment in Boston public housing. H. Patricia Hynes, Doug Brugge, Julie Watts, and Jody Lally Chapter 2. Exploring community-based research ethics. Case study: Healthy Public Housing Initiative. Doug Brugge, and Alison Kole Chapter 3. The Seattle-King County Healthy Homes Project: Implementation of a comprehensive approach to improving indoor environmental quality for low-income children with asthma. James Krieger, Tim K. Takaro, Carol Allen, Lin Song, Marcia Weaver, Sanders Chai, and Philip Dickey SECTION B. OPEN SPACE Chapter 4. Environmental justice across the Mystic: Bridging agendas in a watershed. Julian Agyeman, and Dale Bryan Chapters 5. A program to improve urban neighborhood health through lead-safe yard interventions. Jill S. Litt, H. Patricia Hynes, Paul Carroll, Robert Maxfield, Pat McLaine, and Carol Kawecki Chapter 6. "We don't only grow vegetables, we grow values": Neighborhood benefits of community gardens in Flint, Michigan. Katherine Alaimo, Thomas M. Reischl, Pete Hutchison, and Ashley E. Atkinson SECTION C. URBAN DEVELOPMENT & TRANSPORTATION Chapter 7. An environmental health survey of residents of Boston Chinatown. Doug Brugge, Andrew Leong, Abigail Averbach, and Fu Mei Cheung Chapter 8. Traffic injury data, policy, and public health: Lessons from Boston Chinatown. Doug Brugge, Zenobia Lai, Christina Hill, William Rand Chapter 9. Airborne concentrations of PM (2.5) and diesel exhaust particles on Harlem sidewalks: a community-based pilot study. Patrick L. Kinney, Maneesha Aggarwal, Mary E. Northridge, Nicole A.H. Janssen, and Peggy Shepard SECTION D. ENVIRONMENTAL EXPOSURE Chapter 10. Environmental justice and regional inequality in Southern California: Implications for future research. Rachel Morello-Frosch, Manuel Pastor Jr., Carlos Porras, and James Sadd Chapter 11. Participatory research strategies in nuclear risk management for native communities. Dianne Quigley, Virginia Sanchez, Dan Handy, Robert Goble, and Patricia George Chapter 12. Social responsibility and research ethics in community driven studies of industrialized hog production. Steve Wing SECTION E. LESSONS AND CONCLUSION Index
Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:
Environmental health -- Research -- United States.
Environmental protection -- United States.
Urban health -- United States.
Environmental Health -- Boston.
Urban Health -- Boston.
Cross-Sectional Studies -- Boston.
Public Housing -- Boston.