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Manley, D.J. (author), van Ham, M. (author), Hedman, L.K. (author)
Understanding how inequalities are transmitted through generations and restrict upward spatial mobility has long been a concern of geographic research. Previous research has identified that the neighborhood in which someone grows up is highly predictive of the type of neighborhood he or she will live in as an independent adult. What remains...
journal article 2020
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Nieuwenhuis, J.G. (author), Tammaru, T. (author), van Ham, M. (author), Hedman, L.K. (author), Manley, D.J. (author)
The neighbourhood in which people live reflects their social class and preferences, so studying socio-spatial mobility between neighbourhood types gives insight into the openness of spatial class structures of societies and into the ability of people to leave disadvantaged neighbourhoods. In this paper we study the extent to which people move...
journal article 2020
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Petrović, A. (author), Manley, D.J. (author), van Ham, M. (author)
Theory behind neighbourhood effects suggests that people’s spatial context potentially affects individual outcomes across multiple scales and geographies. We argue that neighbourhood effects research needs to break away from the ‘tyranny’ of neighbourhood and consider alternative ways to measure the wider sociospatial context of people, placing...
journal article 2019
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Hedman, L.K. (author), Manley, D.J. (author), van Ham, M. (author)
Previous research has reported evidence of intergenerational transmissions of neighbourhood status and social and economic outcomes later in life. Research also shows neighbourhood effects on adult incomes of both childhood and adult neighbourhood experiences. However, these estimates of neighbourhood effects may be biased because confounding...
journal article 2019
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Prior, Lucy (author), Manley, D.J. (author), Sabel, Clive E. (author)
Investigating biologically plausible mechanisms for the embodiment of context is a key thoroughfare for progressing health geographies of place. Expanding knowledge of bio-processes such as epigenetics is providing a platform for appreciating the dynamic embedding of social relations in bodies over the lifecourse, and so to tracing the...
journal article 2019
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Bromley-Davenport, Harry (author), MacLeavy, Julie (author), Manley, D.J. (author)
There is a growing narrative that the outcome of the UK referendum on European Union membership was the product of disenfranchisement and disillusionment wrought by the uneven consequences of economic restructuring in different UK regions, cities and communities. Those most likely to vote ‘leave’ were concentrated among those ‘left behind’ by...
journal article 2018
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Manley, D.J. (author), Johnston, Ron (author), Jones, Kelvyn (author)
There has been a growing appreciation that the processes generating urban residential segregation operate at multiple scales, stimulating innovations into the measurement of their outcomes. This paper applies a multi‐level modelling approach to that issue to the situation in Auckland, where multiple migration streams from both Pacific Island and...
journal article 2018
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Manley, D.J. (author), van Ham, M. (author), Hedman, L.K. (author)
Longer term exposure to high poverty neighbourhoods can affect individual socio-economic outcomes later in life. Previous research has shown strong path dependence in individual neighbourhood histories. A growing literature shows that the neighbourhood histories of people is linked to the neighbourhoods of their childhood and parental...
working paper 2018
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Petrović, A. (author), Manley, D.J. (author), van Ham, M. (author)
Theory behind neighbourhood effects suggests that different geographies and scales affect individual outcomes. We argue that neighbourhood effects research needs to break away from the tyranny of neighbourhood and consider alternative ways to measure the wider socio-spatial context of people, placing individuals at the centre of the approach. We...
working paper 2018
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Morris, T. (author), Manley, D.J. (author), van Ham, M. (author)
Neighbourhood effects studies have demonstrated an association between area deprivation and smoking behaviour whereby people living in deprived neighbourhoods are more likely to smoke than those in non-deprived neighbourhoods. This evidence though is based largely upon data that ignores long term exposures to neighbourhood contexts and is...
journal article 2018
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Petrović, A. (author), van Ham, M. (author), Janssen, H.J. (author), Manley, D.J. (author), Tammaru, T. (author)
The project investigated ethnic segregation in seven European capitals, namely Amsterdam, Berlin, Lisbon, London, Madrid, Paris, and Rome. These cities present a mix of immigration and welfare contexts in Europe. The study looked at the levels of ethnic segregation in each city and how these levels vary between them, how segregation manifests...
book chapter 2018
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Petrović, A. (author), van Ham, M. (author), Manley, D.J. (author)
Contextual poverty is a multiscale phenomenon which affects socioeconomic outcomes of people as well asindividual decisions to move in or out of the neighbourhood. Large-scale poverty reflects regional economicstructures. Meso-scale concentrations of poverty within cities are related to city-specific social, economic andhousing characteristics....
conference paper 2018
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Zwiers, M.D. (author), van Ham, M. (author), Manley, D.J. (author)
Western cities are increasingly ethnically diverse, and in most cities, the share of the population belonging to an ethnic minority is growing. Studies analysing changing ethnic geographies often limit their analysis to changes in ethnic concentrations in neighbourhoods between 2 points in time. Such a temporally limited approach limits our...
journal article 2018
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Petrović, A. (author), van Ham, M. (author), Manley, D.J. (author)
Appreciating spatial scale is crucial for our understanding of the sociospatial context. Multiscale measures of population have been developed in the segregation and neighborhood effects literatures, which have acknowledged the role of a variety of spatial contexts for individual outcomes and intergroup contacts. Although existing studies...
journal article 2018
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Petrović, A. (author), van Ham, M. (author), Manley, D.J. (author)
abstract 2018
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Petrović, A. (author), Manley, D.J. (author), van Ham, M. (author)
abstract 2018
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Jones, Kelvyn (author), Manley, D.J. (author), Johnston, Ron (author), Owen, D. (author)
journal article 2018
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Prior, Lucy (author), Manley, D.J. (author), Jones, Kelvyn (author)
Deprived neighbourhoods have long been associated with poorer health outcomes. However, many quantitative studies have not evidenced the mechanisms through which place ‘gets under the skin’ to influence health. The increasing prevalence of biosocial data provides new opportunities to explore these mechanisms and incorporate them into models...
journal article 2018
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Hedman, L.K. (author), Manley, D.J. (author), van Ham, M. (author)
Previous research has reported evidence of intergenerational transmission of both neighbourhood status and social and economic outcomes later in life; parents influence where their children live as adults and how well they do later in life in terms of their income. However, interactions between the individual, the childhood family and...
working paper 2017
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Nieuwenhuis, J.G. (author), Tammaru, T. (author), van Ham, M. (author), Hedman, L.K. (author), Manley, D.J. (author)
The neighbourhoods in which people live reflects their social class and preferences, so studying socio-spatial mobility between neighbourhoods gives insight in the openness of spatial class structures of societies and in the ability of people to leave disadvantaged neighbourhoods. We study the extent to which people move between different types...
working paper 2017
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