Key Arguments, Useful Observations, Discussion Points and Comments


Key References


Dunnett, N. and Qasim, M. (2000) . HortTechnology, 10 (1): 40-45.

Milligan, C. Bingley, A. and Gatrell, A. (2005) Digging deep: Using diary techniques to explore the place of health and well-being amongst older people. Social Science and Medicine, 61 (9): 1882-1892.

Milligan, C. Gatrell, A. and Bingley, A. (2003) ‘Cultivating health’: therapeutic landscapes and older people in northern England. Social Science and Medicine, 58 (9): 1781-1793.

Perez-Vazquez, A. Anderson, S. and Rogers, A.W. (2005) ‘Assessing benefits from allotments as a component of urban agriculture in England’. In Mougeot, L.J.A. (ed.) Agropolis: The Social, Political and Environmental Dimensions of Urban Agriculture. Earthscan, London, pp. 239-266.

Perez-Vazquez, A. Simon, A. Wiltshire, R. Fraser, R. (2006) Valuing non-market benefits derived from allotments in southeast England: A contingent valuation study. The International Journal of Sustainable Development and World Ecology, 13 (2): 103-112.

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Milligan, C. Bingley, A. and Gatrell, A. (2005) Digging deep: Using diary techniques to explore the place of health and well-being amongst older people. Social Science and Medicine, 61 (9): 1882-1892.

Milligan, C. Gatrell, A. and Bingley, A. (2003) ‘Cultivating health’: therapeutic landscapes and older people in northern England. Social Science and Medicine, 58 (9): 1781-1793.

Perez-Vazquez, A. Anderson, S. and Rogers, A.W. (2005) ‘Assessing benefits from allotments as a component of urban agriculture in England’. In Mougeot, L.J.A. (ed.) Agropolis: The Social, Political and Environmental Dimensions of Urban Agriculture. Earthscan, London, pp. 239-266.

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