A Sociological Approach to Health Determinants
- Author: Toni Schofield, University of Sydney
A Sociological Approach to Health Determinants investigates how 'the social' works in determining health and health inequity. Taking a global perspective, the book shines a light on how experiences of health, illness and health care are shaped by a variety of complex social dynamics. Informed primarily by sociology, the book engages with the WHO's social determinants of health approach and draws on contributions from history, political economy and policy analysis to examine issues such as class, gender, ethnicity and indigeneity, and the impact they have on health. A Sociological Approach to Health Determinants is a comprehensive resource that provides a new perspective on the influence of social structures on health, and how our understanding of the social can ensure improved health outcomes for people all over the globe.Read more
- Takes a global perspective
- Draws on contributions from history, political economy and policy analysis
- Engages with the World Health Organisation's social determinants of health approach
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- Date Published: February 2015
- format: Adobe eBook Reader
- isbn: 9781316277287
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Table of Contents
1. The social determinants of health approach Toni Schofield
2. Understanding the social: introducing sociology Toni Schofield
3. Class and health Toni Schofield
4. Gender and health Toni Schofield
5. Ethnicity and health Christina Ho and Toni Schofield
6. Indigeneity and health Toni Schofield and John Gilroy
7. The state and health Toni Schofield and Marco Berti
8. Health care and health Toni Schofield and Michelle Donelly.
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