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Table 1 Bibliographic Characteristics by Body of Literature

From: The role of urban municipal governments in reducing health inequities: A meta-narrative mapping analysis

  Bibliographic Characteristic Health Promotion
n(%)
  Healthy Cities
n(%)
  Population Health
n(%)
  Urban Health
n(%)
Total
n(%)
Geographical Region Global, Transcontinental 83 (12.9)   9 (23.7)   60 (19.5)   2 (11.1) 154 (15.3)
  Canada 227 (35.4)   8 (21.1)   172 (56.0)   2 (11.1) 409 (40.7)
  Europe 95 (14.8)   9 (23.7)   12 (3.9)   5 (27.8) 121 (12.1)
  Australia, New Zealand, Oceania 44 (6.9)   0   14 (4.6)   0 58 (5.8)
  Asia, Africa & Middle East 28 (4.4)   3 (7.9)   5 (1.6)   4 (22.2) 40 (4.0)
  Mexico, Central & South America 9 (1.4)   2 (5.3)   7 (2.3)   2 (11.1) 20 (2.0)
  United States 155 (24.2)   7 (18.4)   37 (12.1)   3 (16.7) 202 (20.1)
Study Type Population-Based Survey 123 (19.2)   2 (5.3)   130 (42.3)   4 (22.2) 259 (25.8)
  Experimental Study 58 (9.0)   0   21 (6.8)   0 79 (7.9)
  Program Evaluation 121 (18.9)   11 (28.9)   23 (7.5)   4 (22.2) 159 (15.8)
  Case or Qualitative Study 107 (16.7)   8 (21.1)   22 (7.2)   4 (22.2) 141 (14.0)
  Systematic or Conceptual Review 126 (19.7)   9 (23.7)   68 (22.1)   2 (11.1) 205 (20.4)
  Commentary 106 (16.5)   8 (21.1)   43 (14.0)   4 (22.2) 161 (16.0)
  Total 641 (100)   38 (100)   307 (100)   18 (100) 1004 (100)