The study of interrelationship between social conditions and health in foreign sociology
The article presents analysis of foreign sociological studies concerning problem of interrelationship between social conditions of life activity and health. The multi factorial characteristics of the mentioned studies is established. The determinative significance of social economic status in impacting to health of different groups of population. The critical assessment is given concerning the results of study from the position of necessity of complex approach to the problem mentioned above.
About the authorsIzutkin D.A.
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