Ignacio De Loyola González Salgado

Ignacio De Loyola González Salgado
Universidad de Salamanca ·  Department of Sociology and Communication

PhD

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Introduction
I am a postdoctoral research associate in Social Science at the Sociology and Communication Department in the Faculty of Social Science, University of Salamanca. My ongoing research focuses on qualitative analysis of perceptions of alcohol consumption and smoking in three different socioeconomic status neighbourhood in Madrid.

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Publications (6)
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Although member checking is a well-established strategy for appraising credibility, there is a lack of research reporting procedures and outcomes when using this strategy. In recent years, scholars have implemented new member checking strategies along with several epistemological stances. In this work, researchers conducted member checking in three...
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The objective of our study was to identify neighbourhood factors which prevent and encourage physical activity, according to the residents' perspective. We used qualitative methods, conducting 37 semi-structured interviews and 29 focus groups. The main results were that the type of physical activity that took place in every neighbourhood was differ...
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Scholars have determined that low socioeconomic status (SES) is associated with unhealthy dietary behaviours and that local food environments shape food inequality. Less is known about how residents' perceptions of their food environment affect their dietary behaviours. We conducted 37 semistructured interviews and 29 focus groups in three socioeco...
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Smoke-free legislations aim to protect non-smokers from second-hand smoke (SHS) exposure and improve population health outcomes. The aim of this study was to explore residents’ perceptions to understand how people living in distinctive SES neighborhoods are differently affected by comprehensive smoke-free laws in a large city like Madrid, Spain. We...
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This article describes old-age mortality trends in Spain since early last century within the context of the epidemiological transition theory, whereby special attention goes out to changes over the last three decades. Using microdata on deaths published by INE, a detailed description is provided of the changes in standardized death rates by cause a...

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Explore four dimensions linked to health inequalities: diet, physical activity, alcohol and tobacco.