Perspectives in medical sociology
Waveland Press, Inc., Apr 1, 1996 - Social Science - 804 pages
Phil Brown has designed this book to make discussion of the issues of medical sociology interesting, accessible, & challenging.
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The Social Context of Health and Illness
Women and Their Health
The Impact of Inequality?
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