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Investing in health to improve the wellbeing of the disadvantaged: Reversing the argument of Fair Society, Healthy Lives (The Marmot Review)

  • Titre de l'article:

    Investing in health to improve the wellbeing of the disadvantaged: Reversing the argument of Fair Society, Healthy Lives (The Marmot Review)

  • Titre du périodique:

    Social Science & Medicine

  • Auteurs:

    Par Canning, David et Bowser, Diana .

  • Année:

    2010

  • Résumé:

    Cet article fait parti du numéro spécial de Social Science & Medicine : «Commentaries on Fair Society, Healthy Lives (The Marmot Review)». Disponible au ScienceDirect : http://tinyurl.com/2bqcdzj

    In this issue of Social Science & Medicine, we present a range of reactions to the Marmot Review. Given the diverse recommendations of the Marmot Review, we invited commentaries from researchers in a wide selection of social sciences: from economics to epidemiology, to sociology and geography. We also solicited a response from Professor Marmot and colleagues (Marmot, Allen, & Goldblatt, in this issue). As they point out, the range of reactions from the commentators presents a microcosm of the broader debates taking place in academia and policy circles regarding the causes of health inequalities and what ought to be done to fix them.

    Liste d'articles dans le numéro spéciale :

    Malavika A. Subramanyam, Ichiro Kawachi, S.V. Subramanian. Reactions to Fair Society, Healthy Lives (The Marmot Review), j.socscimed.2010.07.010, p. 1221-1222.

    David Canning, Diana Bowser. Investing in health to improve the wellbeing of the disadvantaged: Reversing the argument of Fair Society, Healthy Lives (The Marmot Review), j.socscimed.2010.07.010, p. 1223-1226.

    Amitabh Chandra, Tom S. Vogl. Rising up with shoe leather? A comment on Fair Society, Healthy Lives (The Marmot Review), j.socscimed.2010.07.010, p. 1227-1230.

    Kate E. Pickett, Danny Dorling. Against the organization of misery? The Marmot Review of health inequalities, j.socscimed.2010.07.010, p. 1231-1233.

    Margaret Whitehead, Jennie Popay. Swimming upstream? Taking action on the social determinants of health inequalities, j.socscimed.2010.07.010, p. 1234-1236.

    Constance Nathanson, Kim Hopper. The Marmot Review – Social revolution by Stealth , j.socscimed.2010.07.010, p. 1237-1239.

    Philippa Howden-Chapman. Evidence-based politics: How successful have government reviews been as policy instruments to reduce health inequalities in England?, j.socscimed.2010.07.010, p. 1240-1243.

    John W. Lynch, Catherine Law, Sally Brinkman, Catherine Chittleborough, Michael Sawyer. Inequalities in child healthy development: Some challenges for effective implementation, j.socscimed.2010.07.010, p. 1244-1248.

    Johan P. Mackenbach. Has the English strategy to reduce health inequalities failed?, j.socscimed.2010.07.010, p. 1249-1253.

    Michael Marmot, Jessica Allen, Peter Goldblatt. A social movement, based on evidence, to reduce inequalities in health, j.socscimed.2010.07.010, p. 1254-1258.

  • Type de publication:

    Article de périodique

  • Langue:

    anglais

  • Date:

    2010-10-01

  • Pages:

    1223-1226

  • Page de commencement:

    1223

  • Volume:

    71

  • Numéro:

    7

  • Mots clés:

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