Health and Canadian Society: Sociological Perspectives
Health and Canadian Society provides a comprehensive overview of social and political issues in health and health care in Canada. This third edition features contributions not only from sociologists but also from researchers and practitioners in disciplines ranging from history to medicine. Ninety-five per cent of the contributions are new to this edition. 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, and health administrators.
- World Rights
- Page Count: 800 pages
- Dimensions: 6.7in x 1.6in x 9.7in
Author InformationDavid Coburn is Professor of Public Health Sciences at the University of Toronto.
Carl D'Arcy is Director of Applied Research/Psychiatry at the University of Saskatchewan.
George M. Torrance is a consultant in social epidemiology and health services in Ottawa and Adjunct Research Professor of Sociology at Carleton University.
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