Health and Canadian Society provides a comprehensive overview of the relationship between health, health care, and Canadian society. It is a wide-ranging volume that moves from personal and micro concerns to a more macro and institutional focus. It includes chapters of a descriptive nature and others with a more explanatory intent. They have been selected from the major journals or have been expressly written for this book. Ninety-five percent of the contributions are new to this edition. The chapters and the studies reported on are methodologically diverse, ranging from ethnographic studies to statistical analyses of data from large national surveys. Though the chapters are written by anthropologists, economists, historians, political scientists, and physicians, as well as sociologists, they all have a sociological qturn.q Recognized as the standard textbook on the sociology of health in Canada, Health and Canadian Society is an essential reference for sociologists, health care providers, health administrators, and policy planners.... such as asthma or emphysema Under treatment for any of these conditions Amount of time in bed at home because of ... from someone inside or outside the house (nursing care, cutting toenails, going out of doors, watching TV or reading) anbsp;...
|Title||:||Health and Canadian Society|
|Author||:||David Coburn, Carl D'Arcy, George Murray Torrance|
|Publisher||:||University of Toronto Press - 1998|