Health, Disease, and Society: A Critical Medical Geography

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Routledge & Kegan Paul, 1987 - Epidemiology - 376 pages
This major textbook is a comprehensive introduction to the rapidly expanding field of medical geography. It illustrates the ideas, methods and debates that inform contemporary approaches to the subject.

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A social history of Western medicine
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Figures
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The biomedical model and its critics
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