Community Research in Environmental Health: Lessons in Science Advocacy and Ethics

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In this book, Doug Brugge and H. Patricia, Hynes relate experience of multiple community collaborations across the United States and highlight the lessons to be learned for those involved in or embarking on community-collaborative research. The volume brings together a variety of cases, examining the nature and form that the collaboration took, the scientific findings from the work and the ethical issues that needed to be addressed. Actual cases covered include lead contaminated soil, asthma and housing conditions, the impact of development on environmental health, the impact of radiation hazards, urban gardening, hog farming and diesel exhaust. The concluding section analyses the experiences of those involved and puts their findings into broader context. Community Research in Environmental Health: Studies in Science, Advocacy and Ethics provides a valuable guide for all those interested and involved in community research.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780754641766
  • Publisher: Ashgate Publishing, Limited
  • Publication date: 2/28/2005
  • Pages: 292
  • Product dimensions: 6.20 (w) x 9.30 (h) x 0.90 (d)

Table of Contents

Introduction : science with the people 1
Sect. A Housing 11
1 Public health and the physical environment in Boston public housing : a community-based survey and action agenda 13
2 A case study of community-based participatory research ethics : the healthy public housing initiative 33
3 The Seattle-King County healthy homes project : implementation of a comprehensive approach to improving indoor environmental quality for low-income children with asthma 49
Sect. B Open space 79
4 Environmental justice across the mystic : bridging agendas in a watershed 81
5 A program to improve urban neighborhood health through lead-safe yard interventions 101
6 "We don't only grow vegetables, we grow values" : neighborhood benefits of community gardens in Flint, Michigan 123
Sect. C Urban development and transportation 143
7 An environmental health survey of residents of Boston Chinatown 145
8 Traffic injury data, policy and public health : lessons from Boston Chinatown 169
9 Airborne concentrations of PM[subscript 2.5] and diesel exhaust particles on Harlem sidewalks : a community-based pilot study 187
Sect. D Environmental exposure 203
10 Environmental justice and regional inequality in Southern California : implications for future research 205
11 Participatory research strategies in nuclear risk management for native communities 219
12 Social responsibility and research ethics in community-driven studies of industrialized hog production 245
Sect. E Lessons and conclusion 263
Afterword 265
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