Children, Health and the Social Order
This text considers children's views on health care and their experiences of the home and school as sites for health maintenance, restoration and promotion. It draws on a number of studies carried out by the author.
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two The politics of child health
three Constructions of childhood
four Home and school as childrens social environments
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