标题: Dynamic healthy food accessibility in a rapidly urbanizing metropolitan area: Socioeconomic inequality and relative contribution of local factors
作者: Hu, LR (Hu, Lirong); Zhao, C (Zhao, Chong); Wang, M (Wang, Miao); Su, SL (Su, Shiliang); Weng, M (Weng, Min); Wang, W (Wang, Wen)
来源出版物: CITIES 卷: 105 文献号: 102819 DOI: 10.1016/j.cities.2020.102819 出版年: OCT 2020
摘要: The socioeconomic status (SES) related disparities in healthy food accessibility have been heatedly debated. Theoretically, a gap remains in the literature about how healthy food accessibility changes over time and the relative contribution of local factors to the change. Methodologically, one main obstacle to this issue emerges on how to address the nested structural interactions among SESs across different levels. This paper first proposes a novel theoretical framework on healthy food accessibility from a spatiotemporally dynamic perspective. Guided by this framework, we employ the enhanced two-step floating catchment area model to examine the dynamic accessibility to four types of healthy food stores (i.e., vegetable markets, supermarkets, seafood markets, and fruit stores) from 2016 to 2018 across communities within the Hangzhou metropolitan area, China. The chain substitution method is further utilized to quantify the relative contributions of local factors, including population demand, healthy food supply, and transportation linkage. Multilevel regression is finally applied to analyze the associations between healthy food accessibility and the nested SESs across community and subdistrict levels. Results reveal that the dynamics of healthy food accessibility and the contributions of the local factors substantially vary depending on the type of healthy food stores and over time. Social inequality in accessibility to supermarkets and fruit stores is much greater than that to vegetable markets. The impact of the SES at the subdistrict level is greater than that at the community level. This study demonstrates a new methodological procedure and can offer new insights into healthy food accessibility in rapidly urbanizing metropolitan areas.
作者关键词: Food justice; Accessibility; Healthy food; Multilevel regression; Spatiotemporal analysis; Socioeconomic status
KeyWords Plus: SPATIAL ACCESSIBILITY; SOCIAL INEQUALITIES; ACCESS; ENVIRONMENT; AVAILABILITY; FARMERS; COMMUNITIES; FOODSCAPE; CHICAGO; STORES
地址: [Hu, Lirong; Zhao, Chong; Su, Shiliang; Weng, Min] Wuhan Univ, Sch Resource & Environm Sci, Wuhan, Peoples R China.
[Wang, Miao] Beijing Inst Surveying & Mapping, Beijing Key Lab Urban Spatial Informat Engn, Beijing, Peoples R China.
[Wang, Wen] Hangzhou Geomat Ctr, Hangzhou, Peoples R China.
通讯作者地址: Su, SL (通讯作者)，129 Luoyu Rd, Wuhan 430079, Hubei, Peoples R China.
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