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Author: Johan Fritzell,Olle Lundberg
ISBN: 1861347588
Language: English
Pages: 264 pages
Category: Medicine
Publisher: Policy Press (December 4, 2006)
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Johan Fritzell, Olle Lundberg. This book presents new empirical evidence of the effects of Swedish welfare state structures and policies on the lives of Swedish citizens. Не удалось найти ни одного отзыва. long and shortterm perspectives.

Series: Health and Society series. ONE Health, inequalities, welfare and resources. Johan Fritzell and Olle Lundberg. Health and inequalities are of great interest to most people. When looking at changes in health in Sweden during the past four decades it is important to bear in mind that a number of social and economic conditions have changed during the same period. The development of the Swedish (and Nordic) welfare state model has been summarised as coming late – catching up (Kangas and Palme, 2005), and this may also apply to the period after 1965.

Topics covered include how structural conditions relating to family, socio-economic conditions and the welfare state are important in producing health inequalities; how health inequalities change over the lifecourse and the impact of environment on health inequalities - at home, a. .

Topics covered include how structural conditions relating to family, socio-economic conditions and the welfare state are important in producing health inequalities; how health inequalities change over the lifecourse and the impact of environment on health inequalities - at home, at school, in the workplace.

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Health inequalities and welfare resources: continuity and change in Sweden. J Fritzell, O Lundberg. Welfare trends in Sweden: balancing the books for the 1990s

Health inequalities and welfare resources: continuity and change in Sweden. The impact of income: assessing the relationship between income and health in Sweden. J Fritzell, M Nermo, O Lundberg. Scandinavian journal of public health 32 (1), 6-16, 2004. Welfare trends in Sweden: balancing the books for the 1990s. J Palme, A Bergmark, O Backman, F Estrada, J Fritzell, O Lundberg,. Journal of European Social Policy 12 (4), 329-346, 2002. Income inequality trends in the 1980s: a five-country comparison.

Do health inequalities really exist in such a highly regarded welfare country as Sweden? The answer is yes and the trend shows increasing inequalities over the last few decades. This book looks at the role of structural conditions relating to family, socio-economic conditions and the welfare state in health inequalities; how health inequalities change over time and over the course of life; and how they are influenced by the environment

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In book: Health inequalities and welfare resourcesContinuity and change in Sweden, p. 99-207. Cite this publication. We evaluate the association between income inequality (Gini index) and oral health and in particular the role of alternative models in explaining this association.

Foreword by Lisa Berkman, Professor of Public Policy, Harvard UniversityHow welfare states influence population health and health inequalities has long been debated but less well tested by empirical research. This book presents new empirical evidence of the effects of Swedish welfare state structures and policies on the lives of Swedish citizens. The discussion, analysis and innovative theoretical approaches developed in the book have implications for health research and policy beyond Scandinavian borders. Drawing on a rich source of longitudinal data, the Swedish Level of Living Surveys (LNU), and other data, the authors shed light on a number of pertinent issues in health inequality research while at the same time showing how health inequalities have evolved in Sweden over several decades. Topics covered include [vbTab]how structural conditions relating to family, socio-economic conditions and the welfare state are important in producing health inequalities; how health inequalities change over the lifecourse and the impact of environment on health inequalities - at home, at school, in the workplace.Health inequalities and welfare resources will be invaluable to researchers, students and practitioners in sociology, social epidemiology, public health and social policy interested in the interplay between society and health.