SAGE Journal Articles

Select SAGE journal articles are available to give you more insight into chapter topics. These are also an ideal resource to help support your literature reviews, dissertations and assignments.

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Sui, D. and DeLyser, D. (2012) ‘Crossing the qualitative-quantitative chasm I: Hybrid geographies, the spatial turn, and volunteered geographic information (VGI)’, Progress in Human Geography, 36 (1): 111–24.

This report reviews broad trends that cross the traditional quantitative-qualitative divide in Human Geography and highlights some contemporary issues that require, transform and contest uses of secondary data.

Smyth, F. (2008) ‘Medical geography: understanding health inequalities’, Progress in Human Geography, 39 (2): 1–9.

This report examines the ways in which quantitative data have been used by geographers to develop understandings of health inequalities. It highlights ways in which datasets can be utilised and the potential for contextualising research findings using mixed methods.

Hulme, M. (2014) ‘Attributing weather extremes to “climate change”: A review’, Progress in Physical Geography, 38 (4): 499–511.

This report reviews previous research on extreme weather events and climate change, and discusses different approaches to the topic within the wider political context.