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Health inequality: an introduction to concepts, theories and methods
  1. Carolyn Lester

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    Mel Bartley, Polity, 2004, £55, pp 240. ISBN 0-7456-2779

    This book explains clearly the theory, concepts and methods used in health inequality work and its clarity makes it suitable for readers from diverse backgrounds. It is not a comprehensive précis of research results but rather an overview of the relations between socioeconomic position, sex, ethnicity, and health.

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