What about the socially differentiated vulnerability to place effects? Who are the ‘truly disadvantaged’? Why? A new article about everyday geography of young adults and the unequal importance that spatial accessibility to a range of urban services might have for their mental health.

Vallée J., Shareck M., Kestens Y., Frohlich K., 2021. Everyday geography and service accessibility: The contours of disadvantage in relation to mental health, Annals of the American Association of Geographers.

Paper is avalaible online in open access or in the journal website.