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Ethnicity, class and health
  1. Richard Morrow
  1. Division of Health Systems, Department of International Health, Johns Hopkins School of Public Health, Baltimore, USA

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    J Y Nazroo. (Pp 196; £14.95). Policy Studies Institute, 2001. ISBN 0-85374-792-X.

    Anyone concerned with the complex interrelations of ethnicity and class to health should peruse this volume. It is one of a series based on the Fourth National Survey of Ethnic Minorities in the UK; descriptions of the main findings of the initial analyses were published in three volumes in 1997. This volume focuses on an explanation of these findings and works through the complex interactions involving ethnicity, “race”, socioeconomic status, class, and important health outcomes including mental health.

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