Urban area disadvantage and physical activity: a multilevel study in Melbourne, Australia
Objective: To estimate variation between small areas in the levels of walking, cycling, jogging, and swimming and overall physical activity and the importance of area level socioeconomic disadvantage in predicting physical activity participation. Methods: All census collector districts (CCDs) in the 20 innermost local government areas in metropolitan Melbourne, Australia, were identified and ranked by the percentage of low income households (,$400/ week) living in the CCD. Fifty CCDs were...[Show more]
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