Title

Geographies of Behavioural Health, Crime, and Disorder

Document Type

Book

Publication Date

2020

Keywords

Human Geography, Behavioural Health, Substance Abuse, Green Criminology, Suicide and Mental Health, Opioid and Substance Abuse, Quality of Life, Homelessness Environmental Justice

Digital Object Identifier (DOI)

https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-030-33467-3

Abstract

This book focuses on the intersection of place and overall community health thereby focusing on some of the most critical contemporary social problems, including the opioid crisis, suicide, socioeconomic status and ethnicity, mental illness, crime, homelessness, green criminology, and social and environmental justice. Scholars from a variety of disciplines, including geography, sociology, criminology, mental health, social work, and behavioural sciences discuss the importance of geography in our quality of life. Each chapter introduces the reader to an overview of the topic, presents theoretical frameworks and the most recent empirical evidence, and discusses real world policy implications. As such this book is a key resource for researchers, policy makers, and practitioners working in the field.

Was this content written or created while at USF?

Yes

Citation / Publisher Attribution

K. M. Lersch & J. Chakraborty (Eds.), Geographies of Behavioural Health, Crime, and Disorder, Springer

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