3 edition of The Sociology of Health and Illness (BSA New Horizons in Sociology) found in the catalog.
The Sociology of Health and Illness (BSA New Horizons in Sociology)
by Sage Publications Ltd .
Written in English
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Although the text focuses on health within the United States, it also examines how health, illness, and health care differ around the world.
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In a series of essays, this volume. The sociology of health and illness requires a global approach of analysis because the influence of societal factors varies throughout the world.
Diseases are examined and compared based on the traditional medicine, economics, religion, and culture that is specific to each region. For example, HIV/AIDS serves as a common basis of comparison among : Ashley Crossman. Print book: English: 3. editionView all The Changing Domains of the Sociology of Health and Illness 2 The Social Construction of Medical Knowledge 3 Lay Health Beliefs, Lifestyles and Risk 4 The Experience of Chronic Illness and Disability 5 The Sociology of the Body 6 The Sociology of LayDProfessional Interactions 7 Social Inequalities.
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Sociology of health and health care is an essential textbook for all students of nursing and healthcare and is organised in four parts: the nature of sociology and sociological research; the social patterning of health and disease; the social aspects of illness and dying; Reviews: 1.
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