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Second Opinion: An Introduction to Health Sociology by John Germov
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Second Opinion: An Introduction to Health Sociology
His research interests span the social determinants of health, with a particular focus on the Slow Food movement and ethical consumption, alcohol and harm minimisation, and the historical sociology of wine in Australia. Power, Politics and Health Care Lists with This Book. Imagining Health Problems as Social Issues 2.
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