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Myles Gould Dr Myles Gould

Contact details

Room Manton, 10.116
School of Geography
University of Leeds
University Road
Leeds LS2 9JT   UK

Email:
m.i.gould

Telephone:
+44 (0) 113 34 33374

Student hours:
Summer vacation: Please make an appointment by email or in person.

Publications

Papers

  • Doebler S; Shuttleworth I; Gould M (2017) Does the Month of Birth Affect Educational and Health Outcomes? A Population-Based Analysis Using the Northern Ireland Longitudinal Study, Economic and Social Review, 48, pp.281-304.
  • Thomas MJ; Stillwell JCH; Gould MI (2016) Modelling the duration of residence and plans for future residential relocation: a multilevel analysis, Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers, 41, pp.297-312. doi: 10.1111/tran.12123
  • Thomas M; Stillwell J; Gould M (2016) Modelling Mover/Stayer Characteristics across the Life Course Using a Large Commercial Sample, Population, Space and Place, 22, pp.584-598. doi: 10.1002/psp.1943
  • Thomas M; Stillwell J; Gould M (2015) Modelling multilevel variations in distance moved between origins and destinations in England and wales, Environment and Planning A, 47, pp.996-1014. doi: 10.1068/a130327p
  • Valentine G; Jayne M; Gould M (2014) The proximity effect: The role of the affective space of family life in shaping children's knowledge about alcohol and its social and health implications, Childhood, 21, pp.103-118. doi: 10.1177/0907568213476898
  • Karcharnubarn R; Rees P; Gould M (2013) Healthy life expectancy changes in Thailand, 2002-2007, Health and Place, 24, pp.1-10. doi: 10.1016/j.healthplace.2013.08.002
  • Shuttleworth I; Barr PJ; Gould M (2013) Does Internal Migration in Northern Ireland Increase Religious and Social Segregation? Perspectives from the Northern Ireland Longitudinal Study (NILS) 2001-2007, Population, Space and Place, 19, pp.72-86. doi: 10.1002/psp.1717
  • Thomas M; Stillwell J; Gould M (2013) Exploring and Validating a Commercial Lifestyle Survey for its use in the Analysis of Population Migration, Applied Spatial Analysis and Policy, pp.1-25. doi: 10.1007/s12061-013-9096-5
  • Jayne M; Valentine G; Gould M (2012) Family life and alcohol consumption: The transmission of 'public' and 'private' drinking cultures, Drugs: Education, Prevention and Policy, 19, pp.192-200. doi: 10.3109/09687637.2011.640720
  • Valentine G; Jayne M; Gould M (2012) Do as I say, not as I do: the affective space of family life and the generational transmission of drinking cultures, ENVIRONMENT AND PLANNING A, 44, pp.776-792. doi: 10.1068/a4446
  • Shuttleworth I; Barr PJ; Gould M (2012) Does Internal Migration in Northern Ireland Increase Religious and Social Segregation? Perspectives from the Northern Ireland Longitudinal Study (NILS) 2001-2007, Population, Space and Place, . doi: 10.1002/psp.1717
  • Thomas M; Gould M; Stillwell J (2012) Exploring the potential ofmicrodata froma large commercial survey for the analysis of demographic and lifestyle characteristics of internalmigration in Great Britain, Working Paper of the University of Leeds, School of Geography, 12, .
  • Shuttleworth I; Gould M (2010) Distance between home and work: A multilevel analysis of individual workers, neighbourhoods, and employment sites in Northern Ireland, Environment and Planning A, 42, pp.1221-1238. doi: 10.1068/a41372
  • Higgs G; Smith DP; Gould MI (2005) Findings from a survey on GIS use in the UK National Health Service: Organisational challenges and opportunities, Health Policy, 72, pp.105-117. doi: 10.1016/j.healthpol.2004.06.011
  • Gould M (2005) The explanatory power of models, ENVIRONMENT AND PLANNING B-PLANNING & DESIGN, 32, pp.788-790.
  • See L; Gould MI; Carter J; Durham H; Brown M; Russell L; Wathan J (2004) Learning and teaching online with the UK census, Journal of Geography in Higher Education, 28, pp.229-245. doi: 10.1080/0309826042000242468
  • Gould M (2003) Geographies of health., SCOTTISH GEOGRAPHICAL JOURNAL, 119, pp.398-399.
  • Gould MI (2003) Review of A.C Gatrell "Geographies of Health", Scottish Geographical Magazine, 119, pp.398-399.
  • Higgs G; Smith DP; Gould MI (2003) Realising 'joined-up' geography in the National Health Service: the role of geographical information systems?, ENVIRON PLANN C, 21, pp.241-258. doi: 10.1068/c06r
  • Smith DP; Gould MI; Higgs G (2003) (Re)surveying the uses of geographical information systems in health authorities 1991-2001, Area, 35, pp.74-83. doi: 10.1111/1475-4762.00112
  • Asthana S; Curtis S; Duncan C; Gould M (2002) Themes in British health geography at the end of the century: A review of published research 1998-2000, Social Science and Medicine, 55, pp.167-173. doi: 10.1016/S0277-9536(01)00211-8
  • Higgs G; Gould M (2001) Is there a role for GIS in the 'new NHS'?, Health and Place, 7, pp.247-259. doi: 10.1016/S1353-8292(01)00014-4
  • Smith DP; Higgs G; Gould MI (2001) Clarifying the current and potential use of GIS within NHS organisations: optimism or pessimism, British Journal of Healthcare Computing & Information Management, 18, pp.24-26.
  • Smith DP; Higgs G; Gould MI (2001) The use of Geographical Information Systems (GIS) within Health Authorities: Preliminary analysis from a national survey, British Journal of Healthcare Computing & Information Management, 18, pp.36-38.
  • Robinson G; Gould M (2000) What are the attitudes of general practitioners towards research?, Br J Gen Pract, 50, pp.390-392.
  • Gould MI; Moon G (2000) Problems of providing health care in British island communities, Social Science and Medicine, 50, pp.1081-1090. doi: 10.1016/S0277-9536(99)00356-1
  • Jones K; Gould MI; Duncan C (2000) Death and deprivation: An exploratory analysis of deaths in the Health and Lifestyle survey, Social Science and Medicine, 50, pp.1059-1079. doi: 10.1016/S0277-9536(99)00355-X
  • Jones K; Gould MI; Watt R (1998) Multiple contexts as cross-classified models: the Labor vote in the British General Election of 1992, Geographical Analysis, 30, pp.65-93.
  • Moon G; Gould MI; Jones K (1998) Seven-up: Refreshing medical geography: An introduction to selected papers from the Seventh International Symposium in medical geography, Social Science and Medicine, 46, pp.627-629.
  • Fieldhouse E; Gould MI (1998) Ethnic minority unemployment and local labour market conditions in Great Britain, Environment and Planning A, 30, pp.833-853.
  • Gould MI (1997) Multilevel modelling of child immunisation uptake: An example of the implications of health service restructuring for geographical analysis, Progress in theoretical and quantitative geography, pp.271-305.
  • Gould MI; Jones K; Moon G (1997) Guest editorial: The scope of multilevel models, Environment and Planning A, 29, pp.581-584.
  • Gould MI (1997) What sort of SAR geography do we need ?, SARs newsletter, 9, pp.4-6.
  • Gould MI; Fieldhouse E (1997) Using the 1991 Census SAR in a multilevel analysis of male unemployment, Environment and Planning A, 29, pp.611-628.
  • Gould MI; Jones K (1996) Analysing perceived limiting long-term illness using UK census microdata, Social Science and Medicine, 42, pp.857-869. doi: 10.1016/0277-9536(95)00184-0
  • Gould MI; Jones K; Watt R (1995) The Labour vote in the British general election of 1992: An exploratory cross-classified analysis, Urban Systems, pp.31-47.
  • Gould MI; Johnston R; Jones K (1995) Department size and research in English Universities: inter-university variations, Quality in Higher Education, 1, pp.41-47. doi: 10.1080/1353832950010104
  • Gould MI (1993) Review of Geomedical systems, Environment and Planning B: Planning and Design, 21, pp.375-377.
  • Gould MI (1992) The use of GIS and CAC by Health Authorities: results from a postal questionnaire, Area, 24, pp.91-401.
  • Gould MI (1992) Review of Epidemiological Information Systems, Environment and Planning B: Planning and Design, 19, pp.234-225.

Books

  • Moon G; Gould MI; Jones K; Duncan C; Litva A; Iggulden P (2000) Epidemiology for nurses and the caring professions, Open University Press.

Book Chapters

  • Darlington F; Norman P; Gould M (2015) Health and internal migration, In: Smith DP; Finney N; Halfacree K; Walford N (Ed) Internal Migration: Geographical Perspectives and Processes, International Population Studies, Ashgate, pp.113-128.
  • Shuttleworth IG; Gould M; Barr P (2014) Perspectives on social segregation and migration: Spatial scale, mixing and place, Social-Spatial Segregation: Concepts, Processes and Outcomes, pp.197-219.
  • Gould MI (2009) Modelling Chronic Disease, In: Brown T; McLafferty S; Moon G (Ed) A Companion to Health and Medical Geography, Wiley-Blackwell, pp.133-153.
  • Gould MI; Stillwell JCH; Burrage AC; Turner AGD (2004) A healthy city? Spatial inequalities and health care provision, In: Unsworth R; Stillwell J (Ed) Tweny-first Century Leeds: Geographies of a Regional City , Leeds University Press, Leeds, pp.105-126.
  • Smith DP; Higgs G; Gould MI (2002) Using a Mixed Methods Approach to Investigate the Use of GIS in the UK National Health Service, In: Kidner D; Higgs G; White S (Ed) Socio-Economic Applications of Geographic Information Science, Taylor & Francis, London, pp.271-282.
  • Gould MI; Jones K (1999) Multilevel modelling of limiting long-term illmess using the individual SAR, In: Dale; A; Holdsworth; C; Fieldhouse (Ed) The analysis of census microdata, Hodder Headline plc.

Reports

  • Carter J; Gould MI (2003) Developing the Collection of Historical and Contemporary Census Data and Related Materials (CHCC) into a Major Learning and Teaching Resource , .
  • Gould MI (1998) What sort of SAR geography do we need ?, .
  • Severs M; Gould MI (1998) An evaluation of the Queen Alexandra Medical Assessment Unit, .
  • Gould MI; Moon G (1996) The diseconomies of scale: The case of health and social care on the Isle of Wight. (The case for an island premium), .

Other Publications

  • Gould MI (1991) Health service restructuring and geographically based analysis: with reference to the multi-levelling modelling of immunisation uptake., pp.25.