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Where Urban Youth Work and Live: A Data-Driven Approach to Identify Urban Functional Areas at a Fine Scale

Yan, Wang, Du, Zhang, Liu, Ye
2020 ISPRS International Journal of Geo-Information  
In this paper, we introduce food delivery data as a new data source in urban functional zone detection and propose a time-series-based clustering approach to discover the urban hotspot areas of young people  ...  The work and living areas were effectively identified according to the human behavioral characteristics of ordering food delivery.  ...  Acknowledgments: The authors would like to thank the support from our university and laboratory, and thank all anonymous reviewers for their constructive comments that better shaped the paper.  ... 
doi:10.3390/ijgi9010042 fatcat:uxgrgi6cznejfjygfatcnvgmce

Roundtable on Urban Living Environment Research (RULER)

David Vlahov, Siddharth Raj Agarwal, Robert M. Buckley, Waleska Teixeira Caiaffa, Carlos F. Corvalan, Alex Chika Ezeh, Ruth Finkelstein, Sharon Friel, Trudy Harpham, Maharufa Hossain, Beatriz de Faria Leao, Gora Mboup (+9 others)
2011 Journal of urban health  
to address these gaps and promote effective data for healthy urban management.  ...  The goal of the report was to identify gaps in measurement that must be filled in order to assess and evaluate population health in urban settings, especially in informal settlements (or slums) in low-and  ...  Loss of jobs in urban areas can be followed by migration to rural areas where living costs are lower.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s11524-011-9613-2 pmid:21910089 pmcid:PMC3191208 fatcat:j5sfrlzxnnf25pvgtzwgsxl7wm

Children Living with 'Sustainable' Urban Architectures

John Horton, Sophie Hadfield-Hill, Peter Kraftl
2015 Environment and planning A  
In so doing, we highlight the challenging prevalence and significance of architectural conservatisms, misconceptions, rumours, disillusionments, and urban myths relating to sustainable urban architectures  ...  We argue that children's experiences of living with materialities, politics, and technologies of sustainability have too often been marginalised in much chief research on childhood, youth, and sustainability  ...  Above all we thank the children and young people who shared their experiences of living with 'sustainable' urban architectures.  ... 
doi:10.1068/a140401p fatcat:getj3rycajbn7dctdzy62mn4xa

Evaluation of Active Living by Design

Laura K. Brennan, Ross C. Brownson, Peter Hovmand
2012 American Journal of Preventive Medicine  
Investigators used a mixed-methods, participatory evaluation design, triangulating multiple qualitative and quantitative data sources collected from 2007 to 2009.  ...  Yet, community partnerships working in communities with >40% of the population from a non-Caucasian racial and ethnic background and >40% of the population in poverty implemented fewer active living promotions  ...  Cheryl Kelly, PhD, MPH, Saint Louis University School of Public Health, and Melissa Hall, MPH, also supported the development, data collection, data analysis, and dissemination of this effort.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.amepre.2012.07.007 pmid:23079267 pmcid:PMC4762708 fatcat:p2qu6iblc5bljgzuvzitpw7ypm

Working Lives of Youth in Poverty in Urban Argentina [chapter]

Gonzalo Assusa, Mariana Chaves
2018 Living and Working in Poverty in Latin America  
He is a postdoctoral fellow at the Humanities Institute. He researches about the symbolic dimension of class inequalities in relation to work and consumption in Cordoba families.  ...  He is a member of the Research Program on Social Reproduction in Great Córdoba. He has publications in the field of sociology of youth, work, public policies, and inequalities.  ...  90 WORKING LIVES OF YOUTH IN POVERTY IN URBAN ARGENTINA WORKING LIVES OF YOUTH IN POVERTY IN URBAN ARGENTINA noteS CHAPTER 5 1. where countries like Brazil, Mexico, and Bolivia have 14%, 21%, and 30%  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-030-00901-4_4 fatcat:5kfbo42hdzbr3gvut7cwzw5xom

Living the Urban Cultural Landscapes in the City Centre of Cluj Napoca / Kolozsvár / Klausenburg, Romania

Zoltan Maroşi, Emanuel-Cristian Adorean, Oana-Ramona Ilovan, Gligor Viorel, Cristina-Georgiana Voicu, Alexandru-Sabin Nicula, Maria Eliza Dulamă
2020 Mitteilungen der Oesterreichischen Geographischen Gesellschaft  
The data and methods used in this research involved both a theoretical and empirical approach: the functionality of urban public spaces and their socio-economic transformations as reflected in the present  ...  and the appropriate working tools for the space metamorphoses to be produced not as changes, but as a making/living of places.  ... 
doi:10.1553/moegg161s117 fatcat:gfg3qgyl7zhc3da522hgybmzzi

Initiation of the Suan-Lien Living Lab – a Living Lab with an Elderly Welfare Focus

Shih-Chung Kang
2012 International Journal of Automation and Smart Technology  
At the same time, researchers work closely with the staff of Suan-Lien Elderly Care Center to fine-tune these methods to best suit individual users.  ...  The first step is to reach a mutual understanding and position of trust while recording and analyzing the data of target users, the second step is to create a protocol facilitating each test process, and  ...  Labs, there are difficulties in forming synergic systems that match the scale and depth of those in European countries (where a Living Lab may extend to the scale of a whole city).  ... 
doi:10.5875/ausmt.v2i3.132 fatcat:rjm7m2iwtva3fa75rb7udbrwuy

How to Save Human Lives with Complexity Science

Dirk Helbing, Dirk Brockmann, Thomas Chadefaux, Karsten Donnay, Ulf Blanke, Olivia Woolley-Meza, Mehdi Moussaid, Anders Johansson, Jens Krause, Sebastian Schutte, Matjaz Perc
2014 Social Science Research Network  
In such a way, complexity science can help to save human lives.  ...  We discuss models and data of crowd disasters, crime, terrorism, war and disease spreading to show that conventional recipes, such as deterrence strategies, are often not effective and sufficient to contain  ...  and the source are credited.  ... 
doi:10.2139/ssrn.2390049 fatcat:w7et3cjzcffqrbbd3e7vbsfzuq

Beyond the harsh. Objective and subjective living conditions in Nunavut

Alexandre Morin, Roberson Edouard, Gérard Duhaime
2009 Polar Record  
a meaning to and believe that that is where they have the best chance to exert the highest degree of control over their personal and domestic reality.  ...  The existence of family and neighbourhood networks appears to explain both a certain residential stability and out migration, through the social support functions of these networks, in which sharing and  ...  Acknowledgements 109 Notes 109 References Acknowledgements The authors would like to especially thank Birger Poppel of Ilisimatusarfik (University of Greenland), and the members of the SLiCA international  ... 
doi:10.1017/s0032247409990131 fatcat:ht6nr2zb2vdbrevn6gb2c5ed4m

"A Sort of Public Living Room": Ignorance and the Racial Management of Disorder in Postwar Los Angeles

VINCENT CHABANY-DOUARRE
2021 Journal of American Studies  
to urban welfare defined by antistatism and carceralism.  ...  I treat white ignorance not as a cognitive defect or proxy for innocence, but rather as a structural condition of postwar urban political economy.  ...  , is indicative of the kinds of geographies that cleanups and law enforcement reproduced.  There is a lack of authoritative data on the racial makeup of those fined or arrested due to this crackdown  ... 
doi:10.1017/s0021875821001250 fatcat:ohuz4h4aufesrmq67o3oybxjwq

Changing People, Changing Lives Through Public Participation and Social Transformation: A South African Case Study of a Rural Development Programme

Allan Roman, Greg Ruiters
2019 Politikon  
This change, in turn, could contribute to desired larger-scale changes and concerted collective action to drive development in locally appropriate ways.  ...  Background and introduction The mandate of the national Department of Rural Development and Land Reform (DRDLR) is to develop rural areas throughout South Africa.  ...  Acknowledgements We would like to thank Mr Mohamad Motala, Ms Toni Xaba, Professor Christopher Tapcott, Dr Leon Pretorius and the post-graduate students who assisted in collecting the data as well as officials  ... 
doi:10.1080/02589346.2019.1697533 fatcat:ldttj4rrtjestcteyieurhr254

Saving Human Lives: What Complexity Science and Information Systems can Contribute

Dirk Helbing, Dirk Brockmann, Thomas Chadefaux, Karsten Donnay, Ulf Blanke, Olivia Woolley-Meza, Mehdi Moussaid, Anders Johansson, Jens Krause, Sebastian Schutte, Matjaž Perc
2014 Journal of statistical physics  
In such a way, complexity science can help to save human lives.  ...  We discuss models and data of crowd disasters, crime, terrorism, war and disease spreading to show that conventional recipes, such as deterrence strategies, are often not effective and sufficient to contain  ...  and the source are credited.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s10955-014-1024-9 pmid:26074625 pmcid:PMC4457089 fatcat:cmvqhkwwubfdvnkh3zjew5qacu

Narrowing the gaps between conservation assessment, planning, and implementation via spatial decision support systems that are "living" and integrated

John Gallo, Amanda Lombard, Randal Greene, Frank W. Davis
2020 figshare.com  
this vision.Note: Collaborators are encouraged to take this papers past the finish line and be a co-author or maybe e [...]  ...  This research provides an "open science" vision for collaborative conservation planning and action, and also an open access SDSS with input data and user guide that can be built upon or drawn from in furthering  ...  We give special thanks to the Little Karoo case study science advisors Jan Vlok and Richard Cowling, and to the participants from CapeNature and the Leslie Hill Succulent Karoo Trust.  ... 
doi:10.6084/m9.figshare.13225280.v1 fatcat:t76rhw6qq5hbbbiqtubacn7bvu

Built and Social Environments

Melissa C. Nelson, Penny Gordon-Larsen, Yan Song, Barry M. Popkin
2006 American Journal of Preventive Medicine  
Compared to adolescents living in newer suburbs, those in rural working-class (adjusted RR[ARR]ϭ1.38, 95% confidence interval [CI]ϭ1.13-1.69), exurban (ARRϭ1.30, CIϭ1.04 -1.64), and mixed-race urban (ARRϭ1.31  ...  Adolescents living in older suburban areas were more likely to be physically active than residents of newer suburbs (ARRϭ1.11, CIϭ1.04 -1.18).  ...  We also thank the Spatial Analysis Unit at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, particularly Phil Page, Jay Stewart, and Evan Hammer, for their assistance in data collection and processing.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.amepre.2006.03.026 pmid:16829327 fatcat:hkqlp6epbffublpzp2pgvavryq

Living Memory and Historical Practice: A Personal Tale

Lutz Niethammer
2002 HISTOREIN  
Being driven to the ghetto at the age of sixteen, she had managed to escape and change her identity and was sent as a Slavonic girl to the Reich, to work in industry and agriculture.  ...  She had a lively temperament and radiated warmth and wit, but due to a heart defect she had been a rather fat girl in her youth, which may have made her even more defenceless against the advances of this  ... 
doi:10.12681/historein.104 fatcat:qghmbksqvbc6bhxdjqd4z2orcq
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