Making the narrative walk-in-real-time methodology relevant for public health intervention: Towards an integrative approach


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Abstract

The purpose of this article is to describe a novel approach for understanding the subjective experience of being a pedestrian in urban settings. In so doing, we take into account the “experience of the body in movement” as described in different theories and according to different methods, and develop a tool to allow citizens and urban planners to exchange ideas about how to make cities more walkable. Finally, we present the adaptation of the approach for use in public health and provide a rationale for its more widespread use in place and health research.

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