Served or unserved? A site suitability analysis of social services in Atlanta, Georgia using geographic information systems
In this study, investigators utilize a Public Participation GIS (PPGIS) research framework with multiple community partners to understand accessibility to social service providers in a subset of lower income zip codes across Atlanta, Georgia. The study has practical and actionable implications for lower income urban communities, and methodological implications for the disciplines of geography, public health and planning.
Case, C., & Hawthorne, T. L. (2013). Served or unserved? A site suitability analysis of social services in Atlanta, Georgia using geographic information systems. Journal of Applied Geography, 38, 96-106. Full Text.
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