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James Fagg

  • PhD
  • Research Assistant
  • Dept. of Geography, Queen Mary, University of London
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  • 6PublicationsNumber of items in James's My Publications folder on Mendeley.

Research interests

Neighbourhood effects on adolescent mental health

Followers (3)

Following (2)

  • Steven Cummins

    Steven CumminsQueen Mary University of London

  • Thomas Astell-Burt

    Thomas Astell-BurtUniversity of Western Sydney

Publications (5)

  • Neighbourhood deprivation and self-esteem : is there equalisation in early adolescence ?

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  • Unravelling the extent of inequalities in health across urban and rural areas: evidence from a national sample in England.

    • Riva M
    • Curtis S
    • Gauvin L
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  • Area social fragmentation, social support for individuals and psychosocial health in young adults: evidence from a national survey in England.

    • Fagg J
    • Curtis S
    • Stansfeld S
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  • Neighbourhood perceptions among inner-city adolescents: Relationships with their individual characteristics and with independently assessed neighbourhood conditions

    • Fagg J
    • Curtis S
    • Clark C
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  • The ecological relationship between deprivation, social isolation and rates of hospital admission for acute psychiatric care: a comparison of London and New York City.

    • Curtis S
    • Copeland A
    • Fagg J
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Professional experience

Research Assistant

Dept. of Geography, Queen Mary, University of London

March 2010 - Present

Education history

PhD

Dept. of Geography, Queen Mary, University of London

November 2005 - March 2010(4 years)

MA in Geography

Dept. of Geography, Queen Mary, University of London

September 2004 - June 2005(9 months)

MSc in Geographical Information Systems

Department of Geography, University of Leeds

September 2000 - September 2001(a year)