Oppression

Oppression

Oppression and health are intricately connected. A recent emphasis on the social determinants of health has focused attention on the “causes of the causes” of ill health, including systemic forces such as capitalism, globalization, imperialism, medicalization, neo-colonialism and neoliberalism. If we are to change the oppressive practices that cause ill health our analysis must consistently and explicitly integrate these systemic forces and thus reframe growing… (more)

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Publisher: Fernwood Publishing (November 26, 2020)

Page count: 240 pages

File size: 2 MB

Language: English


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