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Gender and social inequities in health—a public health issue
  1. Emily Grundy

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    Edited by Sarah P Wamala, John Lynch. Lund: Studentlitteratur, 2002, pp 266. ISBN 91-44-02202-6

    The aim of this edited volume of 10 chapters, predominantly Swedish authored, is to introduce a gender perspective into the health inequalities framework. Wamala and Lynch argue that both gender inequalities—observable differences in health and inequities-inequalities that are unjust—need consideration. The book’s orientation is sociological with due attention paid to …

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