Qualitative Studies in Health and Medicine
Michael Bloor, Patricia Taraborelli
Avebury, Jan 1, 1994 - Social Science - 130 pages
This collection reports on seven research studies, all employing qualitative methods, in the fields of the sociology of health and medicine.
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