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Soc Sci Med. 1986;22(11):1257-62.

Socio-economic status differences in health.

Abstract

This paper is divided into two distinct sections: the first briefly examines the history of discussions on inequalities in health in Britain and how certain ideological approaches have persisted. The second part--taking Spain as an example--considers some of the special difficulties posed by research in countries where the data are inadequate. An attempt is made to suggest how, in such circumstances, research might be undertaken.

PMID:
3529421
[Indexed for MEDLINE]

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