Embodying inequality: epidemiologic perspectives
To advance the epidemiological analysis of social inequalities in helath, and of the ways in which population distributions of disease, disability, and death reflect embodiedexpressions of social inequality, this volume draws on articles published in the International Journal of Health Services between 1990 and 2000.
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Embodiment Inequality and Epidemiology
Preface to Section I
A Neglected History
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