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Takahashi, L. (1994) 'Aids, Race And Community: Minority Attitudes Toward Facilities For People With Aids. Paper Presented At The American Collegiate Schools Of Planning Annual Conference, Phoenix, Arizona, November 5.

Takahashi, L. And M. Dear (1996) 'The Changing Dynamics Of Community Opposition To Human Service Facilities.' Journal Of The American Planning Association (In Press).

Takahashi, L. M. (1997). Information and attitudes toward mental health care facilities: implications for addressing the NIMBY syndrome. Journal of Planning Education and Research, 17(2), 119-130.

Takahashi, L. M. (1997). Representation, attitudes, and behavior: analyzing the spatial dimensions of community response to mental disability. Environment and Planning A, 29(3), 501-524.

Takahashi, L. M., & Smutny, G. (2001). Explaining access to human services: The influence of descriptive and behavioral variables. Professional Geographer, 53(1), 12-31.

Taylor, S. 1969: Psychiatric illness in Southampton: a geographical and behavioral study. Unpublished BA Thesis, University of Southampton.

Taylor, S.D. 1974: The geography and epidemiology of psychiatric disorders in Southampton. Unpublished Ph.D. Dissertation, University of Southampton.

Taylor, S. M. (1988). `Community Reactions To Deinstitutionalization.' In C. Smith And J. Giggs (Eds) Location And Stigma: Contemporary Perspectives On Mental Health And Mental Health Care (Unwin Hyman: Boston), 224-245.

Taylor, S. M. (1989). `Community Exclusion Of The Mentally Ill.' In J. Wolch And M. Dear (Eds.) The Power Of Geography: How Territory Shapes Social Life. (Unwin Hyman: London), 316-330.

Taylor, S. M., M. J. Dear And G. B. Hall (1979). `Attitudes Toward The Mentally Ill And Reactions To Mental Health Facilities.' Social Science And Medicine 13d:281-290.

Taylor, S. M., S. M. Elliott And R. A. Kearns (1989) 'The Housing Experience Of Chronically Mentally Disabled Clients In Hamilton, Ontario.' Canadian Geographer 33(2):146-155.

Taylor, S. M., G. B. Hall, R. C. Hughes And M. J. Dear (1984). `Predicting Community Reaction To Mental Health Facilities.' American Planning Association Journal 50:36-47.

Taylor, S. M., M. J. Dear, R. A. Kearns And S. J. Elliott (1986) 'Coping In The Community For The Chronically Mentally Disabled In Hamilton, Ontario.' Final Report To The Social Science And Humanities Research Council Of Canada (Grant #410-86-0700). Department Of Georgraphy, Mcmaster University, Hamilton, Ontario.

Tellevik, J.M. 1992: Influence Of Spatial Exploration Patterns On Cognitive Mapping By Blindfolded Sighted Persons. Journal Of Visual Impairment And Blindness, 86, 221-224.

Thomas, H. (1992), ‘Disability, Politics and the Built Environment’, Planning Practice and Research, 7(1), 22-4

Thomas, R. 1992: Geomedical systems: intervention and control. London: Routledge.

Timms, D.W.G. 1963: The distribution of social defectives in two British cities: a study in human ecology. Unpublished Ph.D. Dissertation, University of Cambridge.

Timms, D. W. G. (1965). `The Spatial Distribution Of Social Deviants In Luton, England.'australia And New Zealand Journal Of Sociology 1:38-52.

Twigg, J. (2002). The body in social policy: Mapping a territory. Journal of Social Policy, 31(3), 421-439.

Ungar, S., Blades, M., And Spencer, C. (1996) The Construction Of Cognitive Maps By Children With Visual Impairments. In J. Portugali (Ed.) The Construction Of Cognitive Maps. Dordrecht: Kluwer.

Ungar, S., Blades, M., Spencer, C. And Morsley, K. 1994: Can Young Visually Impaired Children Use Maps To Estimate Directions In The Environment? Journal Of Visual Impairment And Blindness, 88, 221-233.

Ungar, S., Bayal, A.E., Blades, M., Ochaita, E., And Spencer, C. (In Press) Blind And Visually Impaired People Using Tactile Maps. Cartographic Perspectives.

Veness, April R. 1992: Home and homelessness in the United States: changing ideals and realities. Environment and Planning D: Society and Space 10:4, 445-468.

Senden, Marius von. 1960: Space and Sight: The perception of space and shape by the congenitally blind before and after operation. Glencoe, Il: The Free Press.

Vujakovic, P. and Matthews, H.M. 1992: _Mapping another world: physical disabilities and the urban environment_. Cambridge: Anglia Polytechnic, Division of Geography, GEOinformatics Unit Handbook and Report Series No.1.

Vujakovic, P., & Matthews, M. H. (1994). Contorted, folded, torn: environmental values, cartographic representation, and the politics of disability. Disability and Society, 9, 359-375.

Walker, P. (1999) From community presence to sense of place: Community experiences of adults with developmental disabilities. JASH - Journal of the Association for Persons with Severe Handicaps, 24(1), 23-32.

Wallace, R. (1990). 'Urban Desertification, Public Health And Public Order: 'Planned shrinkage,' violent death, substance abuse and AIDS in the Bronx.' Social Science And Medicine 32:801-13.

West, P.C. 1986: Environment and the handicapped. Environments 18:3, 89-106.

Whynes, D.K. 1991: Mobility and the single homeless. Area 23:2, 111-118.

Wibberly, G. P. (1978). `Mobility And The Countryside.' In R. Cresswell (Ed) Rural Transport and Country Planning (Leonard Hill: London).

Wiles, Janine 2003. 'Daily geographies of caregivers: mobility, routine, scale,' Social Science & Medicine 57(7), 1307-25.

Wiedel, J.W. 1966: Tactual maps for the visually handicapped. Professional Geographer 18, 132-139.

Wiedel, J.W. editor. 1983: Proceedings of the first international symposium on maps and graphics for the visually handicapped_. Washington, D.C..

Wilkoff, Wm, L. and Abed, L.W. (1994) Practising universal design. Van Nostrand Reinhold, New York.

Wilton, R. D. (1995) 'Review Of Power And Community: Organizational And Cultural Responses To Aids By D. A. Altman.' Health And Place 1:132-33.

Wilton, R. D. (1996) 'Diminished Worlds? The Geography Of Everyday Life With Hiv/Aids.' Health And Place (In Press).

Wilton, R. (2000). Grounding hierarchies of acceptance: The social constructionof disability in Nimby conflicts. Urban Geography, 21(7), 586-608.

Winchester, H. P. And P. E. White (1988). `The Location Of Marginalised Groups On The Inner City.' Environment And Planning D: Society And Space 6:37-54.

Winter, M. A., & Williams, F. L. (2001). Transit access for Americans: A proposal for the next stage of implementing the Americans With Disabilities Act of 1990. Policy Studies Journal, 29(4), 674-681.

Wisner, B., & Luce, H. R. (1993). Disaster vulnerability: scale, power and daily life. GeoJournal, 30(2), 127-140.

Wolch, J. R. (1979). `Residential Location And The Provision Of Human Services.' Professional Geographer 31:271-276.

Wolch, J. R. (1980). `Residential Location Of The Service Dependent Poor.' Annals Of The American Association Of Geographers 70:330.

Wolch, J. R. (1981) `The Location Of Service-Dependent Households In Urban Areas' Economic Geography 57:52-67.

Wolch, J. And M. Dear (1993). Malign Neglect: Homelessness In An American City. (Jossey-Bass Publishers: San Francisco).

Wolch, J. R. And S. A. Gabriel (1984) `development And Decline Of The Service-Dependent Ghetto' Urban Geography 5:111-129.

Wolch, J. R., C. A. Nelson, And A. Rubalcaba (1988). `to Back Wards? - Prospects For The Reinstitutionalization Of The Mentally Disabled.' In C. Smith And J. Giggs (Eds) Location And Stigma: Contemporary Perspectives On Mental Health And Mental Health Care (Unwin Hyman: Boston), 264-284.

Wolch, J.R., Dear, M. and Akita, A. 1988: Explaining homelessness. Journal of the American Planning Association 54, 443-453.

Wolch, J.R. and Akita, A. 1989: The federal response to homelessness and its implications for American cities. Urban Geography 10:1, 62-85.

Wolch, J.R., Rahimian, A. and Koegel, P. May 1993: Daily and periodic mobility patterns of the urban homeless. Professional Geographer 45:2, 159-169.

Wolch, J. and Rowe, S. 1993: On the streets: mobility paths of the urban homeless. City and Society 6, 115-140.

Wolch, J. and Dear, M. 1993: _Malign neglect: homelessness in an American city. San Francisco: Jossey-Bass Publishers.

Wolpert, E. And J. Wolpert (1974). `From Asylum To Ghetto.' Antipode 6:63-76.

Wolpert, J. (1976). `Opening Closed Spaces.' Annals Of The Association Of American Geographers 66(1):1-13.

Wolpert, J. (1978) `Social Planning And The Mentally And Physically Handicapped.' In R. W. Burchell And G. Sternlieb (Eds) Planning Theory In The 1980s. (Center For Urban Policy Research, Rutgers University: New Brunswick, Nj), 95-111.

Wolpert, J. 1978: Group Homes for the Mentally Retarded and Investigation of Neighbouring Property Impacts, Princeton, NJ: Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs, Princeton University

Wolpert, J. (1980) `The Dignity Of Risk.' Transactions Of The Institute Of British Geographers 5:391-410.

Wolpert, J., M. J. Dear, And R. Crawford (1975). `Satellite Mental Health Facilities.' Annals Of The American Association Of Geographers 65:24-35.

Wolpert, J. And E. Wolpert (1976). `The Relocation Of Released Mental Patients Into Residential Communities.' Policy Sciences 7:31-51

Worchel, P. 1951: Space Perception And Orientation In The Blind. Psychological Monographs: General And Applied, 65, 1-27 (Whole No. 332).

Wrightson, W. (1989), From Barrier Free To Safe Environments: The New Zealand Experience, World Rehabilitation Fund, New York

Yoda, H. (2002). New views on disabilities and the challenge to social welfare in Japan. Social Science Japan Journal, 5(1), 1-15. 


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