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JurnalSocial Science & Medicine ( vol. 67 no. 11 (Dec. 2008)
Topik: Science; Medicine
Bahasa: (EN )    ISSN: 0277-9536    Year:: 2008    Bulan: 12    Edisi: Dec 2008    
Penerbit: Elsevier
Jenis: Journal - ilmiah internasional
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  2. The Institutional Context of Gulf War Illness Claims: A Commentary on Cohn, Dyson and Wessely, halaman 1650-1653
  3. Contextualising Gulf War Illness Experience: A Response to Shriver and Cable, halaman 1654-1656
  4. Widening Health Inequalities Among U.S. Military Retirees Since 1974, halaman 1657-1668
  5. Seeing the Forest and the Trees: Using Network Analysis to Develop an Organizational Blueprient of State Tobacco Control Systems, halaman 1669-1678
  6. Health Promotion Research and Practice Require Sound Policy Analysis Models: The Case of Quebec's Tobacco Art, halaman 1679-1689
  7. Tobacco Industry Attempts to Counter the World Bank Report Curbing the Epidemic and Obstruct the WHO Framework Convention on Tobacco Control, halaman 1690-1699
  8. A Randomized Trial Evaluating Tobacco Possession-Use-Purchase Laws in the USA, halaman 1700-1707
  9. Smoking Behaviours in a Remote Australian Indigenous Community: The Influence of Family and Other Factors, halaman 1708-1716
  10. The Relationship Between Alcohol Consumption and Self-Reported Health Status Using the EQ5D: Evidence from Rural Australia, halaman 1717-1726
  11. Modifiable Health Risk Factors and Medical Expenditures-The Case of Taiwan, halaman 1727-1736
  12. Scientific Resistance to Research, Training and Utilization of Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR) Therapy in Treating Post-War Disorders, halaman 1737-1746
  13. The Fetal Tissue Economy: From the Abortion Clinic to the Stem Cell Laboratory, halaman 1747-1756
  14. Representatives, Legitimacy and Power in Public Involvement in Health-Service Management, halaman 1757-1765
  15. Family Structure Diffences in Health Care Utilization Among U.S. Children, halaman 1766-1775
  16. General Practitioners' Experiences and Understandings of Diagnosing Dementia: Factors Impacting on Early Diagnosis, halaman 1776-1783
  17. Doctors' Strikes and Mortality: A Review, halaman 1784-1788
  18. Situated/Being Situated: Client and Co-Worker Roles of Family Caregivers in Hospice Palliative Care, halaman 1789-1797
  19. Integrating the Nurturer-Trainer Roles: Parental and Behavior/Symtom Management Processes for Mothers of Children with Autism, halaman 1798- 1806
  20. Claiming Power Through Hardship: Initiation Narratives of Palestinian Traditional Women Healers in Israel, halaman 1807-1816
  21. "She'll be Right"? National Identity Explanations for Poor Sexual Health Statistics in Aotearoa/New Zealand, halaman 1817-1825
  22. "So, Are You Back to Work Yet>" Re-Conceptualizing 'Work' and 'Return to Work' in the Context of Primary Bone Cancer, halaman 1826-1836
  23. Understanding, Embracing, Rejecting: Women's Negotiations of Disability Constructions and Categorizations After Becoming Chronically Ill, halaman 1837-1846
  24. Cerebral Implants and Parkinson's Disease: A Unique Form of Biographical Disruption?, halaman 1847-1851
  25. Patient Race and Physicians' Decisions to Prescribe Opioids for Chornic Low Back Pain, halaman 1852-1860
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  27. The Contribution of Occupational Factors to Social Inequalities in Health: Findings from the National French SUMER Survey, halaman 1870-1881
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  29. Male-Female Differences in the Association Between Socioeconomic Status and Atherosclerotic Risk in Adolescents, halaman 1889-1897
  30. Are Educational Differences in U.S. Self-Rated Health Increasing?: An Examination by Gender and Race, halaman 1898-1906
  31. Change in Reciprocity as a Predictor of Depressive Symptoms: A Prospective Cohort Study of Finnish Women and Men, halaman 1907- 1916
  32. Associations Between Physical Activity, Perceptions of the Neighbourhood Environment and Access to Facilities in an English City, halaman 1917-1923
  33. International Return Mobility, Learning and Knowledge Transfer: A Case Study of Slovak Doctors, halaman 1924-1933

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