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Unequal lives : [publication] : health and socio-economic inequalities /

by Graham, Hilary.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: MaidenHead : Open University Press, 2007Description: XX, 215 p. : ill. ; 23 cm.ISBN: 9780335213696 (pbk.); 0335213693 (pbk.); 9780335213702 (hbk.); 0335213707 (hbk.).SAPHIR theme(s): Inégalités sociales - Déterminants sociaux de la santé - PrécaritéMeSH subject(s): Health Services Accessibility | Quality of Health Care | Poverty | Health Status | Social Class | Socioeconomic Factors | Health Knowledge, Attitudes, Practice | Health Services Accessibility -- economics | Quality of Health Care -- economics | Great BritainPUBLICATION TYPE SAPHIR: MonographSummary: Contents : I : Key Terms: 1. Health inequalities and inequities. - 2. Measures of health and health inequalities. - 3. Socioeconomic inequalities. - 4. Measures of socioeconomic position. - II : Patterns: 5. Health inequalities: global, national and historical. - 6. Health inequalities across changes in disease. - III : Understandings : 7. Social determinants of health and health inequalities. - 8. Socioeconomic inequalities across generations: occupation and education. - 9. Socioeconomic inequalities across people's lives: partnership and parenthood. - 10. Health across unequal lives. - 11. Unequal lives: policy matters. - Concluding comment.
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Contents : I : Key Terms: 1. Health inequalities and inequities. - 2. Measures of health and health inequalities. - 3. Socioeconomic inequalities. - 4. Measures of socioeconomic position. - II : Patterns: 5. Health inequalities: global, national and historical. - 6. Health inequalities across changes in disease. - III : Understandings : 7. Social determinants of health and health inequalities. - 8. Socioeconomic inequalities across generations: occupation and education. - 9. Socioeconomic inequalities across people's lives: partnership and parenthood. - 10. Health across unequal lives. - 11. Unequal lives: policy matters. - Concluding comment.