Combining T-communities and GPS tracking to assess the impact of segregation on mobility in BelfastCitation formats

  • External authors:
  • Gemma Davies
  • Duncan Whyatt
  • John Dixon
  • Bree Hocking
  • Neil Jarman
  • Brendan Sturgeon
  • Dominic Bryan

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Combining T-communities and GPS tracking to assess the impact of segregation on mobility in Belfast. / Davies, Gemma; Whyatt, Duncan; Huck, Jonathan; Dixon, John; Hocking, Bree; Jarman, Neil; Sturgeon, Brendan; Bryan, Dominic.

Proceedings of the GIS Research UK 28th Annual Conference, Leicester, UK. 2018.

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Harvard

Davies, G, Whyatt, D, Huck, J, Dixon, J, Hocking, B, Jarman, N, Sturgeon, B & Bryan, D 2018, Combining T-communities and GPS tracking to assess the impact of segregation on mobility in Belfast. in Proceedings of the GIS Research UK 28th Annual Conference, Leicester, UK.

APA

Davies, G., Whyatt, D., Huck, J., Dixon, J., Hocking, B., Jarman, N., ... Bryan, D. (2018). Combining T-communities and GPS tracking to assess the impact of segregation on mobility in Belfast. In Proceedings of the GIS Research UK 28th Annual Conference, Leicester, UK

Vancouver

Davies G, Whyatt D, Huck J, Dixon J, Hocking B, Jarman N et al. Combining T-communities and GPS tracking to assess the impact of segregation on mobility in Belfast. In Proceedings of the GIS Research UK 28th Annual Conference, Leicester, UK. 2018

Author

Davies, Gemma ; Whyatt, Duncan ; Huck, Jonathan ; Dixon, John ; Hocking, Bree ; Jarman, Neil ; Sturgeon, Brendan ; Bryan, Dominic. / Combining T-communities and GPS tracking to assess the impact of segregation on mobility in Belfast. Proceedings of the GIS Research UK 28th Annual Conference, Leicester, UK. 2018.

Bibtex

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abstract = "Long-term tensions in Northern Ireland between the main Catholic and Protestant communities have led to widespread residential segregation. In this study we begin by adapting the concept of T- communities developed by Grannis (1998), using ArcGIS network analysis to define residential T- communities within North Belfast based on interconnecting tertiary street networks. With community affiliation assigned to each of the T-communities we then uniquely combine these with GPS tracks for 233 participants to explore the impact of segregation on mobility within the study area.",
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