publication . Thesis

Health, place, and animals: the co-production of\ud therapeutic geographies and community\ud supported agriculture farms

Gorman, Richard;
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  • Country: United Kingdom
Abstract
This thesis aims to examine the relationships between health, place, and animals, within the context of Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) farms. The conceptual framework of ‘therapeutic landscapes’ has been used by geographers to understand the dynamic interrelations between health and place. To more critically unpack the heterogeneity of ‘therapeutic landscapes’ and engage with their more-than-human constitutive elements, I mobilise a relational approach, informed by post-structuralist thinking, examining how ‘therapeutic spaces’ emerge relationally, co-constituted by a variety of heterogeneous agencies. Aiming to show how therapeutic affect can emerge in e...
Subjects
free text keywords: G1
Related Organizations
Funded by
RCUK| Wales ESRC Doctoral Training Centre DTG 2011
Project
  • Funder: Research Council UK (RCUK)
  • Project Code: ES/J500197/1
  • Funding stream: ESRC
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Social Science & Medicine 37(6), pp. 711-717.

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Kvale, S. 2008. Doing interviews. London: SAGE Publications.

Lahman, M. K. and Rodriguez, K. L. and Moses, L. and Griffin, K. M. and Mendoza, B. M. and Yacoub, W. 2015. A rose by any other name is still a rose? Problematizing pseudonyms in research. [OpenAIRE]

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88 references, page 1 of 6
Abstract
This thesis aims to examine the relationships between health, place, and animals, within the context of Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) farms. The conceptual framework of ‘therapeutic landscapes’ has been used by geographers to understand the dynamic interrelations between health and place. To more critically unpack the heterogeneity of ‘therapeutic landscapes’ and engage with their more-than-human constitutive elements, I mobilise a relational approach, informed by post-structuralist thinking, examining how ‘therapeutic spaces’ emerge relationally, co-constituted by a variety of heterogeneous agencies. Aiming to show how therapeutic affect can emerge in e...
Subjects
free text keywords: G1
Related Organizations
Funded by
RCUK| Wales ESRC Doctoral Training Centre DTG 2011
Project
  • Funder: Research Council UK (RCUK)
  • Project Code: ES/J500197/1
  • Funding stream: ESRC
88 references, page 1 of 6

Kearns, R. and Collins, D. 2009. Health geography. In: Brown, T. and McLafferty, S. and Moon, G.

eds. A companion to health and medical geography. Oxford: Wiley, pp. 15-32.

Kearns, R. and Gesler, W. 1998. Putting health into place: Landscape, identity, and well-being.

Kearns, R. and Joseph, A. 1993. Space in its place: Developing the link in medical geography. [OpenAIRE]

Social Science & Medicine 37(6), pp. 711-717.

Kearns, R. and Moon, G. 2002. From medical to health geography: Novelty, place and theory after a decade of change. Progress in Human Geography 26(5), pp. 605-625.

Kellert, S. R. 1996. The value of life: Biological diversity and human society. Washington, DC: Island Press.

Kennedy, H. P. and Shannon, M. T. and Chuahorm, U. and Kravetz, M. K. 2004. The landscape of caring for women: A narrative study of midwifery practice. Journal of Midwifery & Women's Health 49(1), pp. 14-23.

Kirksey, S. and Helmreich, S. 2010. The emergence of multispecies ethnography. Cultural Anthropology 25(4), pp. 545-576. [OpenAIRE]

Kraftl, P. 2014. Geographies of alternative education: Diverse learning spaces for children and young people. Bristol: Policy Press. [OpenAIRE]

Kvale, S. 2008. Doing interviews. London: SAGE Publications.

Lahman, M. K. and Rodriguez, K. L. and Moses, L. and Griffin, K. M. and Mendoza, B. M. and Yacoub, W. 2015. A rose by any other name is still a rose? Problematizing pseudonyms in research. [OpenAIRE]

Qualitative Inquiry 21(5), pp. 445-453.

Lambert, D. and Martins, L. and Ogborn, M. 2006. Currents, visions and voyages: Historical geographies of the sea. Journal of Historical Geography 32(3), pp. 479-493.

Lang, K. B. 2010. The changing face of community-supported agriculture. Culture & Agriculture 32(1), pp. 17-26.

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