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Nicholson, D. August 1991: Coping in the future. Geographical Magazine 36-39.

Nutley, S. D. (1980). `Accessibility, Mobility And Transport-Related Welfare: The Case Of Rural Wales.' Geoforum 11:335-52.

Nutley, S. D. (1990). Unconventional And Community Transport In The United Kingdom. (Gordon And Breach: New York).

O'Brien, L.G. August 1991: Moving in space. Geographical Magazine 40-41.

Okunuki, K., Church, R., & Marston, J (1999) A Study on a System for Guiding of the Optimal Route with a Hybrid Network and Grid Data Structure . In Papers and Proceedings of the Geographic Information Systems Association Japan, 8, 135-138 (Japanese).

Oliver, M. 1990: The politics of disablement. London: MacMillan Press.

Oliver, M. 1992: Changing the social relations of research production? Disability, Handicap and Society 7:2, 101-114.

Oxley, P. R. (1998). Compliance costs for the bus industry: the impacts of the Disability Discrimination Act, 1995, on local bus services. Transport Policy, 5(2), 83-91.

Oxley, P. R., & Richards, M. J. (1995). Disability and transport. A review of the personal costs of disability in relation to transport. Transport Policy, 2(1), 57-65.

Park, D. C., Radford, J. P., & Vickers, M. H. (1998). Disability studies in human geography. Progress in Human Geography, 22(2), 208-233.

Parkes, D. 1988: Nomad - An Audio-Tactile Tool For The Acquisition, Use And Management Of Spatially Distributed Information By Partially Sighted And Blind People. Dodds, A. And Tatham, A. (Eds.) Proceedings Of The Second International Conference On Maps And Graphics For The Visually Disabled, King's College, London, 24-29

Parr, H. (1997). Mental health, public space, and the city: questions of individual and collective access. Environment and Planning D: Society and Space, 15(4), 435-454.

Parr, H. and Philo. C. (1995) Mapping `mad' Identities. In Pile, S. And Thrift, N. Mapping The Subject, Routledge. 199-225

Parr H and Philo C (1996) 'A Forbidding Fortress of Locks, Bars and Padded Cells' The locational history of mental health care in Nottingham' Historical Geography Research Series No 32.

Parr, H. (1996) Mental Health, Ethnography and the Body' Paper presented at the WGSG Feminist Methodology Conference, Nottingham.

Parr, H. (1994) 'Sane and Insane Spaces: New Geographies of Deinstitutionalisation' Paper presented at the Annual American Geographers Conference, San Fransico

Parr, H. (1996) Mental Health and Places of Therapy within the City: Questions of Individual and Collective Definitions' paper presented at the 7th International Symposium in Medical Geography, Portsmouth

Park, D. C. (1990). Changing shadows: the Huronia Regional Center, 1876-1934. Unpublished M.A., York University, Toronto.

Park, D. C. (1995). An imprisoned text: Reading the Candian mental handicap asylum. Unpublished Ph.D., York University, Toronto.

Park, D.C. and Radford, J. Forthcoming: Space, place and the asylum: an introduction. Health and Place.

Park, D. C., & Radford, J. (1999). Rhetoric and place in the 'mental deficiency' asylum. In R. Butler & H. Parr (Eds.), Mind and Body Spaces: Geographies of illness, impairment and disability (pp. 70-97). London and New York: Routledge.

Park, D., Radford, J., & Vickers, M. (1998). Disability studies in human geography. Progress in Human Geography, 22, 208-233.

Park, D.C., Simpson-Housley, P. and de Man, A. 1994: To the infinite spaces of creation: the interior landscape of a schizophrenic artist. Annals of the Association of American Geographers 84:2, 192-209.

Parr, H. (1991). The impact of mental health care facilities upon two urban residential districts in Nottingham. Unpublished unpublished B.A. dissertation, St. David's University College, Lampeter, Lampeter, Wales.

Parr, H. (1994). 'Sane' and 'insane' spaces: new geographies of deinstitutionalization. Paper presented at the Association of American Geographers, San Francisco, California.

Parr, H. (1997). Mental health, public space, and the city: questions of individual and collective access. Environment and Planning D: Society and Space, 15, 435-454.

Parr, H. (1999). Bodies and psychiatric medicine: Interpreting different geographies of mental health. In R. Butler & H. Parr (Eds.), Mind and Body Spaces: Geographies of illness, impairment and disability (pp. 181-202). London and New York: Routledge.

Parr, H., & Butler, R. (1999). New geographies of illness, impairment and disability. In R. Butler & H. Parr (Eds.), Mind and Body Spaces: Geographies of illness, impairment and disability (pp. 1-24). London and New York: Routledge.

Parr, H., & Philo, C. (1995). Mapping 'mad' identities. In S. Pile & N. Thrift (Eds.), Mapping the Subject: Geographies of cultural transformation (pp. 199-225). New York: Routledge.

Parr, H., & Philo, C. (1996). A Forbidding Fortress of Locks, Bars and Padded Cells: the locational history of mental health care in Nottingham. Glasgow, UK: Historical Geography Research Group.

Passini, R. & Proulx, G. (1988). Wayfinding Without Vision: An Experiment With Congenitally Blind People. Environment And Behavior, 20, 227-252.

Passini, R., Dupré, A., And Langlois, C. 1986: Spatial Mobility Of The Visually Handicapped Active Person: A Descriptive Study. Journal Of Visual Impairment And Blindness, 80, 904-907.

Passini, R., Proulx, G. And Rainville, C. 1990: The Spatio-Cognitive Abilities Of The Visually Impaired Population. Environment And Behaviour, 22, 91-118.

Perle, E. D. (1969). `Urban Mobility Needs Of The Handicapped: An Exploration.' Unpublished Phd Dissertation At The University Of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh, Pa.

Petrie, H. 1995: User Requirements For A Gps-Based Travel Aid For Blind People. Paper Presented At Conference On Orientation And Navigation Systems For Blind Persons, Hatfield, Uk, 1-2 February 1995.

Philo, C. (1986). The same and the other: on geographies, madness and outsiders. Unpublished Occasion Paper no. 11, Loughborough University of Technology, Loughborough, United Kingdom.

Philo, C. (1987) "Fit Localities For An Asylum": The Historical Geography Of The "Mad-Business" In England Viewed Through The Pages Of The Asylum Journal. Journal Of Historical Geography, 13, 398-415

Philo, C. (1989) "Enough To Drive One Mad": The Organisation Of Space In 19th Century Lunatic Asylums. In Wolch, J. And Dear, M. (Eds) The Power Of Geography: How Territory Shapes Social Life. Unwin Hyman. London. Pp. 258-290.

Philo, C. (1995). 'Journey To Asylum: A Medical-Geographical Idea In Historical Context.' Journal Of Historical Geography 21(2):148-168.

Philo, C. 1987: "Convenient centers and convenient premises: the historical geography of England=92s nineteenth century idiot asylums," Hull, England: University of Hull, Department of Geography, Working Paper No.3.

Philo, C. (1987). 'Enough to drive one mad': The organization of space in 19th-century lunatic asylums. In J. Wolch & M. J. Dear (Eds.), The Power of Geography: How territory shapes social life (pp. 258-288). London: Unwin Hyman.

Philo, C. (1987). 'Fit localities for an asylum': The historical geography of the 'mad-business' in England as viewed through the pages of the Asylum Journal. Journal of Historical Geography, 13, 398-415.

Philo, C. (1989). Thoughts, words, and 'creative locational acts', The Behavioral Environment: essays in reflection, application, and re-evaluation (pp. 205-234). London: Routledge.

Philo, C. (1992). The space reserved for insanity: studies in the historical geography of the mad-business in England and Wales. Unpublished unpublished Ph.D. dissertation, University of Cambridge, Cambridge, United Kingdom.

Philo, C. 1994a: History, geography and the still greater mystery of historical geography. In Gregory, D., Martin, R. and Smith, G., editors, Human geography: society, space and social science, Minneapolis, MN: University of Minnesota Press, 252-281.

Philo, C. March/April 1994b: Madness, memory, time and space: an historical argument. San Francisco: Annual Meeting of the Association of American Geographers.

Philo, C. (1995). Journey to asylum: a medical-geographical idea in historical context. Journal of Historical Geography, 21(2), 148-168.

Philo, C. (1996). Staying in? Invited comment on 'Coming Out: exposing social theory in medical geography'`. Health and Place, 2(1), 35-40. Philo, C. (1997). Across the water: reviewing geographical studies of asylums and other mental health facilities. Health and Place, 3(2), 73-89.

Philo, C. Forthcoming: Across the water: reviewing geographical studies of asylums and other mental health facilities. Health and Place.

Philo, C., H. Parr, N. Burns (2005) ''An oasis for us'': 'in-between' spaces of training for people with mental health problems in the Scottish Highlands' Geoforum 36(6): pp 778-791. Available online via ScienceDirect,

Pick, H.L. 1980: Perception, Locomotion And Orientation. In Welsch, R.L. And Blasch, B.B. Ed., Foundations Of Orientation And Mobility. New York: American Foundation For The Blind, 73-88.

Porter, A. (2000). Playing the 'disabled role' in local travel. Area, 32(1), 41-48.

Pyle, Gerald F. (1968). Some Examples In Urban Medical Geography. Unpublished Masters Thesis, University Of Chicago.

Pyle, Gerald F. (1983). 'Three Decades Of Medical Geography In The United States.' In Neil D. Mcglashan And John R. Blunden (Eds) Geographical Aspects Of Health: Essays In Honor Of Andrew Learmonth. (Academic Press: London), pp. 81-101.

Pyle, G. F., D. C. Stockwell And D. S. K. Thomas (1995) 'Tuberculosis, Aids, And Povery In The Charlotte, Nc, Metropolitan Area.' Paper Presented At The Annual Meeting, Association Of American Geographers, Chicago, Il.

Radford, J.P. 1985: _The group home location process in Toronto_. Toronto: York University Urban Studies Working Paper No.12.

Radford, J. P. (1994). Intellectual disability and the heritage of modernity. In M. Rioux & M. Bach (Eds.), Disability is Not Measles: New research paradigms in disability. Toronto: Roeher Institute.

Radford, J.P. 1994b: Response and rejoinder=97eugenics and the asylum. Journal of Historical Sociology 7:4, 462-473.

Radford, J.P. and Park, D.C. 1993: A convenient means of riddance: institutionalization of people diagnosed as mentally deficient in Ontario,1876-1934. Health and Canadian Society 1:2, 369-392.

Radford, J.P. and Park, D.C. 1993: The asylum as place: an historical geography of the Huronia Regional Center. In Gibson, J.R., editor, _Canada: Geographical interpretations, essays in honor of John Warkentin_, Toronto:York University, Department of Geography, Atkinson College, Monograph No.22,103-130.

Radford, J.P. and Park, D.C. 1995: The eugenic legacy. Journal on Developmental Disabilities 4, 63-74.

Radford, J. P. And D. C. Park (19??) 'A Convenient Means Of Riddance: Control Of The Feebleminded In Ontario, 1876-1930.' Department Of Geography, York University, Toronto.

Radford, J. P. And A. Tipper (1988) Starcross: Out Of The Mainstream. Roeher Institute: Toronto.

Radford, J. P. (1991). `Sterilization Versus Segregation: Control Of The "Feebleminded," 1900-1938.' Social Science And Medicine. 33(4):449-458.

Ray, N. M., & Ryder, M. E. (2003). "Ebilities" tourism: An exploratory discussion of the travel needs and motivations of the mobility-disabled. Tourism Management, 24(1), 57-72.

Rahimian, A., Wolch, J.R. and Koegel, P. 1992: A model of homeless migration: homeless men in skid row, Los Angeles. Environment and Planning A: Journal of Urban and Regional Research 24:9, 1317-1336.

Richards, P. L., & Singer, G. H. S. (1998). "To draw out the effort of his mind": Educating a child with mental retardation in early-nineteenth-century America. The Journal of Special Education, 31(4), 443-466.

Rieser, J.J., Guth, D.A. And Hill, E.W. 1986: Sensitivity To Perspective Structure While Walking Without Vision. Perception, 15, 173-188.

Rowe, S. and Wolch, J. 1990: Social networks in time and space: homeless women in skid row, Los Angeles. Annals of the Association of American Geographers 80:2, 184-204.

School of Applied Geography, Ryerson Polytechnical Institute. 1991: GIS Application in the City of Toronto Accessibility Study Pilot Project. Toronto: Ryerson Polytechnical Institute.

Seebohm Rowntree, B. 1901: Poverty: a study of town life. London: MacMillan.

Shalinsky, W. (1985). Disabled persons and their environments. Environments, 17(1), 1-8.

Shannon, G. L. (1977) 'Space, Time And Illness Behavior.' Social Science And Medicine 11d:683-689.

Shannon, P.T. & Hovell, K.J., 1993: Community Care Facilities: Experience and Effects, Report prepared for Dunedin City Council and the Otago Area Health Board, Dunedin, New Zealand

Sixsmith, A.J. (1988) Locating Mental Health Facilities: A Case Study. In Smith, C.J. And Giggs, J. (Eds) Location And Stigma: Contemporary Perspectives On Mental Health And Mental Health Care. Unwin Hyman, London. Pp 175-202.

Smith, C. J. (1975) `Being Mentally Ill - In The Asylum Or The Ghetto.' Antipode 7(2):53-59.

Smith, C. J. (1976a). `Distance And The Location Of Community Mental Health Facilities: A Divergent Viewpoint.' Economic Geography 52(2):181-191.

Smith, C. J. (1976b). `Residential Neighborhoods As Humane Environments.' Environment And Planning A 8:311-326.

Smith, C. J. (1978a) `Problems And Prospects For A Geography Of Mental Health.' Antipode 10(1):1-12.

Smith, C. J. (1978b). `Recidivism And Community Adjustment Amongst Former Mental Patients.' Social Science And Medicine 12:17-27.

Smith, C. J. (1989). `Privatization And The Delivery Of Mental Health Services.' Urban Geography 10(2):186-195.

Smith, C. J. and R. Q. Hanham (1981a). `Deinstitutionalization Of The Mentally Ill: A Time Path Analysis Of The American States, 1955-1975.' Social Science And Medicine 15d:361-378.

Smith C.J. And Hanham, R.Q. (1981a) Any Place But Here! - Mental Health Facilities As Noxious Neighbours. Professional Geographer 33, 326-334.

Smith C.J. And Hanham, R.Q. (1981b) Proximity And The Formation Of Public Attitudes Towards Mental Illness. Environment And Planning A 13, 147-165.

Smith, C. A., C. J. Smith, R. A. Kearns And M. W. Abbott (1993) 'Housing Stressors, Social Support And Psychological Distress.' Social Science And Medicine 37:603-612.

Smith, C. A., C. J. Smith, R. A. Kearns And M. W. Abbott (1994) 'Housing Stress And Social Support Among The Seriously Mentally Ill.' Housing Studies 9:245-262.

Smith, C. J., R. A. Kearns And M. W. Abbott (1992a) 'A Tale Of Two Cities: The Experience Of Housing Problems In Auckland And Christchurch.' New Zealand Geographer 48:2-10.

Smith, C. J., R. A. Kearns And M. W. Abbott (1992b) 'Housing And Mental Health: Exploring The Relationships In Urban New Zealand.' Community Mental Health In New Zealand 7:2-15.

Smith, Karly (2003) 'Pushing the boundaries: The exclusion of disability groups from political influence in Victoria,' Australian Geographer 34(3): 345-54.

Smith, S. J. (1990) 'Aids, Housing And Health.' British Medical Journal 300:243-44.

Stables, J. and Smith, F. 1997: Caught in the Cindrella trap: narratives of disabled parents and young carers. Exeter, England: RGS/IBG Annual Conference.

Stamp, L.D. 1964: The geography of life and death. Ithaca, New York: Cornell University Press.

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