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UTMSOC239H5Sarath ChandrasekereFall

SOC239H5 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Reductionism, Sick Role, Symbolic Interactionism

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12 Apr 2016
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Chapter 1 the sociology of health, illness, and health care. The medical model approach = is a way of identifying and describing how we as a society ar
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UTMSOC239H5Sarath ChandrasekereFall

SOC239H5 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Epidemiological Transition, Mycobacterium Tuberculosis, Social Epidemiology

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12 Apr 2016
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UTMSOC239H5Sarath ChandrasekereFall

SOC239H5 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Infant Mortality, Housing Tenure, Binge Drinking

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12 Apr 2016
25
Socioeconomic gradient in health = the graded relationship between socioeconomic position and health in which an improvement in socioeconomic position
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UTMSOC239H5Sarath ChandrasekereSummer

SOC239H5 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Cartesianism, Reductionism, Etiology

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2 Nov 2016
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Biological reductionism: one of four operating assumptions of a medical approach that postulates that illness is an objective biological condition that
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UTMSOC239H5Sarath ChandrasekereFall

SOC239H5 Chapter Notes - Chapter 7: Female Sexual Arousal Disorder, Old Testament, Miasma Theory

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12 Apr 2016
36
While we have used the terms social determinants of illness and social producion of health and illness model, others such as leaonard pearlin (1992), h
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UTMSOC239H5Sarath ChandrasekereFall

SOC239H5 Chapter Notes - Chapter 10: Allopathic Medicine, Homeopathy, Eclecticism

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16 Nov 2015
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UTMSOC239H5Sarath ChandrasekereFall

SOC239H5 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Congenital Disorder, Baby Boomers, Domestic Violence

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12 Apr 2016
18
Most important predictor of mortality and morbidity. Infant mortality due to congenital anomalies and implicaions at birth. Ater birth, death rates dec
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UTMSOC239H5Sarath ChandrasekereFall

SOC239H5 Chapter Notes - Chapter 11: Health Care In Canada, Health System, American Hospital Association

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12 Apr 2016
25
Chapter 11 health care in other countries. Convergence hypothesis: the thesis that health care systems become increasingly similar over ime because of
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UTMSOC239H5Sarath ChandrasekereFall

SOC239H5 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Repetitive Strain Injury, Job Performance, Knowledge Economy

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12 Apr 2016
28
Stress process and life approach have one thing in common: understanding how people navigate transitions, however . Stress process views transition in
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UTMSOC239H5Sarath ChandrasekereWinter

SOC239H5 Chapter Notes - Chapter BRYA: Infant Mortality

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28 Mar 2017
0
Canada: a land of missed opportunity for addressing the social determinants of health (sdh) In general terms, the conditions of life and work (the sdh)
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UTMSOC239H5Sarath ChandrasekereWinter

SOC239H5 Chapter Notes - Chapter 6: Heredity, Psychodynamics, Church Attendance

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28 Mar 2017
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It is always important to remember that socio psychological processes occur inside the human mind and body, and are altered by the invisible and in ade
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UTMSOC239H5Sarath ChandrasekereWinter

SOC239H5 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Prenatal Care, Infibulation, Forced Marriage

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28 Mar 2017
0
Disease and death: canada in international and historical context. Chapter 2: what are the major causes of death in the world today, you may have proba
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