#48 Social & Physical Health & the Built Environment

Number of papers - 11, including:

If Walls Could Talk
Theodore R. Sarbin, Professor of Psychology & Criminology, (Em.) University of California, Santa Cruz

Healthy Environments for Social Development
Suzanne H. Crowhurst Lennard, Ph.D.(Arch.), Director, International Making Cities Livable Conferences, Carmel, CA

Creating Alternatives to the Consumer Landscape
Andy Kirby, Graduate Center of the City University of New York

Growing Up Means Learning How to Walk
Alex Kelter, MD, Chief, EPIC Branch, California Department of Health Services, Sacramento, CA

It’s a Sprawl World After All
Douglas Morris, Author, Washington DC

Health as a Planning Priority on Low Income Neighborhoods: Views from the Residents
Kathryn G. Denhardt, School of Urban Affairs & Public Policy, University of Delaware.

Solving Environmental Health Problems for Aging Americans
John B. Conway, College of Public Health, Department of Occupational & Environmental, University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center

Senior-Friendly Livable Communities
Mary Kihl, Arizona State University

Physician Heal Thyself: A Bioclimatic Solution to Community Healthcare Architecture
Siobhan Barry, The University of Manchester, UK

Jane Jacobs’ Vital Science & Healthy City
Peter Laurence, University of Pennsylvania School of Design, Philadelphia, PA

The Road to Privatization: Private Streets & the Challenge to Democracy
Andrew Curran, School of Planning, Dalhousie University, Halifax, Canada

Design Strategies that Promote Civic Engagement
Sidney Brower, Professor of Architecture, University of Maryland

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