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Environment–person interactions enabling walking in later life / Charles, Musselwhite

Transportation Planning and Technology, Volume: 38, Issue: 1, Pages: 44 - 61

Swansea University Author: Charles, Musselwhite

DOI (Published version): 10.1080/03081060.2014.976983

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Observations and intercept surveys of older people were carried out (n = 365) in three locations (urban shopping centres, suburban residential area and an area of shared space) examining active use of outdoor space, measured by confidence to use and explore space. In all three areas, dominance of th...

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Published: 2015
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