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Health and Illness

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Red Globe Press

Pages: 382
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Skills-based Sociology

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18 June 1997

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22 December 2015

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Health and Illness provides a comprehensive, concise and accessible introduction to the topic, presented in an attractive manner, with relevant activities and exercises to ensure that students' learning is as active as...

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Health and Illness provides a comprehensive, concise and accessible introduction to the topic, presented in an attractive manner, with relevant activities and exercises to ensure that students' learning is as active as possible. The activities, which are a central feature of the book, develop study skills such as essay writing, note-taking and responding to data/stimulus questions.

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Acknowledgements
Introduction
The Social Construction of Health and Illness
The Social Process of Becoming Ill Responses to Illness
The Relationship between Social Class and Health
The Relationship between Gender and Health
The Relationship between Ethnicity and Health
The Relationship between Age, Dependency and Health
The Sociology of 'Mental Illness'
The Sociology of Health Care Perspectives on Health Care
Bibliography
Index.

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