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A politics of health glossary.

Bambra, C. and Fox, D. and Scott-Samuel, A. (2007) 'A politics of health glossary.', Journal of epidemiology and community health., 61 (7). pp. 571-574.


This glossary reflects a (re-)emerging awareness within public health of the political dimension of health and health inequalities, and it also attempts to define some of the key concepts from the political science literature in a way which will be of use in future public health analyses. Examples from different domains (health care and population health) are provided to highlight how political concepts pervade health.

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