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EconPapers FAQ Archive maintainers FAQ Cookies at EconPapers The RePEc blog The RePEc plagiarism page Social Science & Medicine1979 - 2023Current editor(s): Ichiro (I.) Kawachi and S.V. (S.V.) SubramanianFrom ElsevierBibliographic data for series maintained by Catherine Liu (Obfuscate( '', 'repec' )).Access Statistics for this journal.Track citations for all items by RSS feedIs something missing from the series or not right? See the RePEc data check for the archive and series.2006, volume 63, articles 12 Women's status and child well-being: A state-level analysis pp. 2999-3012 Karestan C. Koenen, Alisa Lincoln and Allison Appleton Racial disparities in low birthweight and the contribution of residential segregation: A multilevel analysis pp. 3013-3029 Sue C. Grady Birth outcomes among urban African-American women: A multilevel analysis of the role of racial residential segregation pp. 3030-3045 Janice F. Bell, Frederick J. Zimmerman, Gunnar R. Almgren, Jonathan D. Mayer and Colleen E. Huebner Facility and county effects on racial differences in nursing home quality indicators pp. 3046-3059 Susan C. Miller, George Papandonatos, Mary Fennell and Vincent Mor Patient-physician racial and ethnic concordance and perceived medical errors pp. 3060-3066 Irena Stepanikova The interpersonal experience of health care through the eyes of patients with diabetes pp. 3067-3079 Paul Ciechanowski and Wayne J. Katon Living without labels: The interactional management of diagnostic uncertainty in the genetic counselling clinic pp. 3080-3091 Lucy Claire Brookes-Howell Genetic screening as a technique of government: The case of neonatal screening for cystic fibrosis in France pp. 3092-3101 Joëlle Vailly Health technology adoption and the politics of governance in the UK pp. 3102-3112 Timothy Milewa Responding to global infectious disease outbreaks: Lessons from SARS on the role of risk perception, communication and management pp. 3113-3123 Richard D. Smith Formative research on adolescent and adult perceptions of risk factors for breast cancer pp. 3124-3136 Kami J. Silk, Elizabeth Bigbsy, Julie Volkman, Catherine Kingsley, Charles Atkin, Merissa Ferrara and Leigh-Anne Goins The cognitive structuring of patient delay in breast cancer pp. 3137-3149 Noreen C. Facione and Peter A. Facione Developing a cultural model for long-term female urinary incontinence pp. 3150-3161 Christine Wanich Bradway and Frances Barg The sexuality and social performance of androgen-deprived (castrated) men throughout history: Implications for modern day cancer patients pp. 3162-3173 Michael William Aucoin and Richard Joel Wassersug Stigma, fatigue and social breakdown: Exploring the impacts of HIV/AIDS on patient and carer well-being in the Caprivi Region, Namibia pp. 3174-3187 Felicity Thomas Illness-related stigma, mood and adjustment to illness in persons with hepatitis C pp. 3188-3198 Jeannette Golden, Ronán Michael Conroy, Ann Marie O'Dwyer, Daniel Golden and Jean-Benoit Hardouin Managing US-Mexico "border health": An organizational field approach pp. 3199-3211 Julie Collins-Dogrul2006, volume 63, articles 11 Barriers to condom purchasing: Effects of product positioning on reactions to condoms pp. 2755-2769 Lori A.J. Scott-Sheldon, Demis E. Glasford, Kerry L. Marsh and Sarah A. Lust Contraceptive practices in Armenia: Panel evaluation of an Information-Education-Communication Campaign pp. 2770-2783 Michael E. Thompson and Tsovinar L. Harutyunyan Cigarette smoking and poverty in China pp. 2784-2790 Yuanli Liu, Keqin Rao, Teh-wei Hu, Qi Sun and Zhenzhong Mao Socioeconomic gradients in smoking among young women: A British survey pp. 2791-2800 Juliet Harman, Hilary Graham, Brian Francis and Hazel M. Inskip The association of smoking with perception of income inequality, relative material well-being, and social capital pp. 2801-2812 Mohammad Siahpush, Ron Borland, Janet Taylor, Gopal K. Singh, Zahid Ansari and Adrian Serraglio Socioeconomic position in childhood and in adulthood and functional limitations in midlife: Data from a nationally-representative survey of French men and women pp. 2813-2824 Maria Melchior, France Lert, Magali Martin and Isabelle Ville Childhood socioeconomic status and suicide mortality in early adulthood among Norwegian men and women. A prospective study of Norwegians born between 1955 and 1965 followed for suicide from 1990 to 2001 pp. 2825-2834 B.H. Strand and Anton Kunst Perceptions of the environment, physical activity, and obesity pp. 2835-2846 Wouter Poortinga Neighborhood microclimates and vulnerability to heat stress pp. 2847-2863 Sharon L. Harlan, Anthony J. Brazel, Lela Prashad, William L. Stefanov and Larissa Larsen Managing competition in the countryside: Non-profit and for-profit perceptions of long-term care in rural Ontario pp. 2864-2876 Mark W. Skinner and Mark W. Rosenberg From rhetoric to reality: A systemic approach to understanding the constraints faced by Health For All initiatives in England pp. 2877-2889 Dina Berkeley and Jane Springett Determinants for the adoption of angiotensin II receptor blockers by general practitioners pp. 2890-2898 Jacoba P. Greving, Petra Denig, Willem Jan van der Veen, Frank W. Beltman, Miriam C.J.M. Sturkenboom and Flora M. Haaijer-Ruskamp Targeted intervention for the ultra poor in rural Bangladesh: Does it make any difference in their health-seeking behaviour? pp. 2899-2911 Syed Masud Ahmed, Max Petzold, Zarina Nahar Kabir and Göran Tomson Child access to health services during the economic crisis: An Indonesian experience of the safety net program pp. 2912-2925 Eunike Suci Asthma disparities in the prevalence, morbidity, and treatment of Latino children pp. 2926-2937 Glorisa Canino, Daphne Koinis-Mitchell, Alexander N. Ortega, Elizabeth L. McQuaid, Gregory K. Fritz and Margarita Alegría Inupiat youth suicide and culture loss: Changing community conversations for prevention pp. 2938-2948 Lisa Marin Wexler Rape perpetration by young, rural South African men: Prevalence, patterns and risk factors pp. 2949-2961 Rachel Jewkes, Kristin Dunkle, Mary P. Koss, Jonathan B. Levin, Mzikazi Nduna, Nwabisa Jama and Yandisa Sikweyiya Creating meaning in fibromyalgia syndrome pp. 2962-2973 Sue Madden and Julius Sim Information seeking during "bad news" oncology interactions: Question asking by patients and their companions pp. 2974-2985 Susan Eggly, Louis A. Penner, Meredith Greene, Felicity W.K. Harper, John C. Ruckdeschel and Terrance L. Albrecht Decentred comparative research: Context sensitive analysis of maternal health care pp. 2986-2997 Sirpa Wrede, Cecilia Benoit, Ivy Lynn Bourgeault, Edwin R. van Teijlingen, Jane Sandall and Raymond G. De Vries2006, volume 63, articles 10 The influence of socioeconomic factors on cardiovascular disease risk factors in the context of economic development in the Samoan archipelago pp. 2533-2545 Amara E. Ezeamama, Satupaitea Viali, John Tuitele and Stephen T. McGarvey Social capital, socio-economic status and psychological distress among Australian adults pp. 2546-2561 Philayrath Phongsavan, Tien Chey, Adrian Bauman, Robert Brooks and Derrick Silove For whom is income inequality most harmful? A multi-level analysis of income inequality and mortality in Norway pp. 2562-2574 Espen Dahl, Jon Ivar Elstad, Dag Hofoss and Melissa Martin-Mollard Objective and perceived neighborhood environment, individual SES and psychosocial factors, and self-rated health: An analysis of older adults in Cook County, Illinois pp. 2575-2590 Ming Wen, Louise C. Hawkley and John T. Cacioppo "A lot of sacrifices:" Work-family spillover and the food choice coping strategies of low-wage employed parents pp. 2591-2603 Carol M. Devine, Margaret Jastran, Jennifer Jabs, Elaine Wethington, Tracy J. Farell and Carole A. Bisogni Urban neighborhoods, chronic stress, gender and depression pp. 2604-2616 Flora I. Matheson, Rahim Moineddin, James R. Dunn, Maria Isabella Creatore, Piotr Gozdyra and Richard H. Glazier How far can complementary and alternative medicine go? The case of chiropractic and homeopathy pp. 2617-2627 Merrijoy Kelner, Beverly Wellman, Sandy Welsh and Heather Boon "Everyone dies, so you might as well have fun!" Attitudes of Dutch youths about their health lifestyle pp. 2628-2639 Job van Exel, G. de Graaf and Werner Brouwer Somatic complaints and health care use in children: Mood, emotion awareness and sense of coherence pp. 2640-2648 Francine C. Jellesma, Carolien Rieffe, Mark Meerum Terwogt and C.M. Frank Kneepkens The impact of stigma, experience, and group referent on HIV risk assessments and HIV testing intentions in Namibia pp. 2649-2660 Rachel A. Smith and Daniel Morrison 'Rakter dosh'--corrupting blood: The challenges of preventing thalassemia in Bengal, India pp. 2661-2673 Sreeparna Chattopadhyay The roles performed by peer educators during outreach among heroin addicts in India: Ethnographic insights pp. 2674-2685 Amar Dhand Self-care as a response to diarrhoea in rural Bangladesh: Empowered choice or enforced adoption? pp. 2686-2697 Ross Edgeworth and Andrew E. Collins The myth of agency and patient choice in health care? The case of drug treatments to prevent coronary disease pp. 2698-2701 Stirling Bryan, Paramjit Gill, Sheila Greenfield, Kerry Gutridge and Tom Marshall The double burden on safety net providers: Placing health disparities in the context of the privatization of health care in the US pp. 2702-2714 Sarah Horton Moral reasoning as a model for health promotion pp. 2715-2726 David Buchanan The physical challenges of early breastfeeding pp. 2727-2738 Christa M. Kelleher Twins: A cloning experience pp. 2739-2752 Barbara Prainsack and Tim D. Spector2006, volume 63, articles 9 The family environment and American adolescents' risk of obesity as young adults pp. 2255-2267 Ashley Crossman, Deborah Anne Sullivan and Mary Benin The emergence of overweight as a disease entity: Measuring up normality pp. 2268-2276 Annemarie Jutel Purity and the dangers of regenerative medicine: Regulatory innovation of human tissue-engineered technology pp. 2277-2288 Alex Faulkner, Julie Kent, Ingrid Geesink and David FitzPatrick Governance and public involvement in the British National Health Service: Understanding difficulties and developments pp. 2289-2300 Gillian Callaghan and Gerald Wistow Access point analysis on the state of health care services in South African prisons: A qualitative exploration of correctional health care workers' and inmates' perspectives in Kwazulu-Natal and Mpumalanga pp. 2301-2309 Sibusiso Sifunda, Priscilla S. Reddy, Ron Braithwaite, Torrance Stephens, Rob AC Ruiter and Bart van den Borne 'Stickiness' and 'inflow' as proxy measures of the relative attractiveness of various sub-sectors of nursing employment pp. 2310-2319 Mohamad Alameddine, Audrey Laporte, Andrea Baumann, Linda O'Brien-Pallas, Barbara Mildon and Raisa Deber Determinants of hospital closure in South Korea: Use of a hierarchical generalized linear model pp. 2320-2329 Maengseok Noh, Youngjo Lee, Sung-Cheol Yun, Sang-Il Lee, Moo-Song Lee and Young-Ho Khang Outpatient process quality evaluation and the Hawthorne Effect pp. 2330-2340 Kenneth Leonard and Melkiory C. Masatu Economic rationality and health and lifestyle choices for people with diabetes pp. 2341-2353 Rachel Mairi Baker A qualitative analysis of a dyad approach to health-related quality of life measurement in children with asthma pp. 2354-2366 Wendy J. Ungar, Cara Mirabelli, Martha Cousins and Katherine M. Boydell Gender differences in health-related quality of life among the elderly: The role of objective functional capacity and chronic conditions pp. 2367-2380 Francesc Orfila, Montserrat Ferrer, Rosa Lamarca, Cristian Tebe, Antonia Domingo-Salvany and Jordi Alonso Psychological distress, gender, and health lifestyles in Belarus, Kazakhstan, Russia, and Ukraine pp. 2381-2394 William C. Cockerham, Brian P. Hinote and Pamela Abbott Cognitive appraisals and psychological distress following venous thromboembolic disease: An application of the theory of cognitive adaptation pp. 2395-2406 Tria Moore, Paul Norman, Peter R. Harris and Michael Makris Do Dutch doctors communicate differently with immigrant patients than with Dutch patients? pp. 2407-2417 Ludwien Meeuwesen, Johannes A.M. Harmsen, Roos M.D. Bernsen and Marc A. Bruijnzeels Still a difficult business? Negotiating alcohol-related problems in general practice consultations pp. 2418-2428 Tim Rapley, Carl May and Eileen Frances Kaner Primary caregivers of cancer patients in the palliative phase: A path analysis of variables influencing their burden pp. 2429-2439 Ellen Karine Grov, Sophie D. Fosså, Øystein Sørebø and Alv A. Dahl The prediction of bereavement outcome: Development of an integrative risk factor framework pp. 2440-2451 Margaret Susan Stroebe, Susan Folkman, Robert O. Hansson and Henk Schut Non-fatal occupational injury among active and passive smokers in small- and medium-scale manufacturing enterprises in Japan pp. 2452-2463 Akinori Nakata, Tomoko Ikeda, Masaya Takahashi, Takashi Haratani, Minoru Hojou, Yosei Fujioka and Shunichi Araki Neighborhood disorder and smoking: Findings of a European urban survey pp. 2464-2475 Rebecca Miles Try to be healthy, but don't forgo your masculinity: Deconstructing men's health discourse in the media pp. 2476-2488 Brendan Gough Mechanisms through which drug, sex partner, and friendship network characteristics relate to risky needle use among high risk youth and young adults pp. 2489-2499 Cynthia M. Lakon, Susan T. Ennett and Edward Norton The interpretation of "culture": Diverging perspectives on medical provision in rural Montana pp. 2500-2511 Meghan E. Johnston and Rebecca M. Herzig Assessment of the health status and risk factors of Kham Tibetan pastoralists in the alpine grasslands of the Tibetan plateau pp. 2512-2532 Peter M. Foggin, Marion E. Torrance, Drashi Dorje, Wenzha Xuri, J. Marc Foggin and Jane Torrance2006, volume 63, articles 8 Taking ad-Vantage of lax advertising regulation in the USA and Canada: Reassuring and distracting health-concerned smokers pp. 1973-1985 Stacey J. Anderson, Richard W. Pollay and Pamela M. Ling Gendering the migraine market: Do representations of illness matter? pp. 1986-1997 Joanna Kempner The promises and limitations of female-initiated methods of HIV/STI protection pp. 1998-2009 Joanne E. Mantell, Shari L. Dworkin, Theresa M. Exner, Susie Hoffman, Jenni A. Smit and Ida Susser Syndemics, sex and the city: Understanding sexually transmitted diseases in social and cultural context pp. 2010-2021 Merrill C. Singer, Pamela I. Erickson, Louise Badiane, Rosemary Diaz, Dugeidy Ortiz, Traci Abraham and Anna Marie Nicolaysen Do homosexual persons use health care services more frequently than heterosexual persons: Findings from a Dutch population survey pp. 2022-2030 Floor C. Bakker, Theo G.M. Sandfort, Ine Vanwesenbeeck, Hanneke van Lindert and Gert P. Westert Marital quality predicts hospital stay following coronary artery bypass surgery for women but not men pp. 2031-2040 James A. Kulik and Heike I.M. Mahler From a genetic innovation to mass health programmes: The diffusion of Down's Syndrome prenatal screening and diagnostic techniques in France pp. 2041-2051 Carine Vassy From bench to bedside? Biomedical scientists' expectations of stem cell science as a future therapy for diabetes pp. 2052-2064 Steven P. Wainwright, Clare Williams, Mike Michael, Bobbie Farsides and Alan Cribb The significance for decision-making of information that is not exchanged by patients and health professionals during consultations pp. 2065-2078 Carol Bugge, Vikki A. Entwistle and Ian S. Watt Dilemmas of talking about lifestyle changes among couples coping with a cardiac event pp. 2079-2090 Daena J. Goldsmith, Kristin A. Lindholm and Jennifer J. Bute Focus group research and "the patient's view" pp. 2091-2104 Pascale Lehoux, Blake Poland and Genevieve Daudelin The permeable institution: An ethnographic study of three acute psychiatric wards in London pp. 2105-2117 Alan Quirk, Paul Lelliott and Clive Seale The power gap: Freedom, power and mental illness pp. 2118-2128 Brendan D. Kelly The role of power, process, and relationships in participatory research for statewide HIV/AIDS programming pp. 2129-2140 Kimberly Chung and David W. Lounsbury The "hospital superbug": Social representations of MRSA pp. 2141-2152 Peter Washer and Helene Joffe All in the family: Media presentations of family assisted suicide in Britain pp. 2153-2164 Daphna Birenbaum-Carmeli, Albert Banerjee and Steve Taylor The black-white suicide paradox: Possible effects of misclassification pp. 2165-2175 Ian R.H. Rockett, Julie B. Samora and Jeffrey H. Coben Education, gender, and mortality: Does schooling have the same effect on mortality for men and women in the US? pp. 2176-2190 Anna Zajacova A community-based participatory research study of multifaceted in-home environmental interventions for pediatric asthmatics in public housing pp. 2191-2203 Jonathan I. Levy, Doug Brugge, Junenette L. Peters, Jane E. Clougherty and Shawnette S. Saddler Social capital, the miniaturisation of community, traditionalism and first time acute myocardial infarction: A prospective cohort study in southern Sweden pp. 2204-2217 Sadiq M. Ali, Juan Merlo, Maria Rosvall, Thor Lithman and Martin Lindström Workplace conflict resolution and the health of employees in the Swedish and Finnish units of an industrial company pp. 2218-2227 Martin Hyde, Paavo Jappinen, Tores Theorell and Gabriel Oxenstierna Religious involvement and health outcomes among older persons in Taiwan pp. 2228-2241 D


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