Studying Health Inequalities

Studying Health Inequalities

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New public health governance arrangements under the coalition government have wide reaching implications for the delivery of health inequality interventions. Through the framework of understanding health inequalities as a 'wicked problem' the book develops an applied approach to researching, understanding and addressing these by drawing on complexity theory. Case studies illuminate the text, illustrating and discussing the issues in real life terms and enabling public health, health promotion and health policy students at postgraduate level to fully understand and address the complexities of health inequalities. The book is a valuable resource on current UK public health practice for academics, researchers and public health practitioners.Ragin, C, 2008, Redesigning social inquiry, Chicago: Chicago University Press Richards, M, 2007, Cancer ten years on, ... Bohm, London: Routledge, 314a€“27 Rowlingson, K, 2011, Does income inequality cause health and social problems?

Title:Studying Health Inequalities
Author: Jonathan Wistow, Tim Blackman, Professor, David Byrne, Gerald Wistow
Publisher:Policy Press - 2015-06-30

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