Ruth C. Engs - History - 2003 - 419 pages
Religious, political, social, and health reform earmarked the Progressive Era. The era's health reform movement--like today's clean living movement--saw campaigns against ...
Ruth C. Engs - Medical - 2000 - 312 pages
Describes the interweaving of health movements with other social movements such as women's rights, temperance, eugenics, and religious awakenings in all three reform eras.
Diane E. Weiner - Medical - 1999 - 245 pages
Presents and assesses a variety of socio-cultural and behavioral factors that shape and influence lay and professional cancer prevention and control beliefs and actions.
Martha O. Loustaunau, Mary Jo Bane - Medical - 1999 - 236 pages
Loustaunau and Sanchez-Bane combine their many years of association and collaboration dealing with health issues of the U.S.-Mexico border area, to bring together a series of ...
Grace Xueqin Ma - Medical - 1999 - 165 pages
Examines the cultural and socioeconomic factors that influence choices for health service utilization and health-seeking behaviors among Asian Americans.
Eric J. Bailey - Medical - 2000 - 255 pages
Highlights the approach of medical anthropology to contemporary African American health care issues and demonstrates the importance of cultural relativism for those working in ...