O’Campo, Patricia

Rethinking Social Epidemiology

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Table of contents

1. Introduction
Patricia O’Campo, James R. Dunn

2. “Explanation,” Philosophy and Theory in Health Inequalities Research: Towards a Critical Realist Approach
James R. Dunn

3. Values and Social Epidemiologic Research
Ahmed M. Bayoumi, Adrian Guta

4. Population-Based Data and Community Empowerment
Janet Smylie, Aisha Lofters, Michelle Firestone, Patricia O’Campo

5. Differences That Matter
Aisha Lofters, Patricia O’Campo

6. Place-Based Stress and Chronic Disease: A Systems View of Environmental Determinants
Ketan Shankardass

7. How Goes the Neighbourhood? Rethinking Neighbourhoods and Health Research in Social Epidemiology
Ketan Shankardass, James R. Dunn

8. Application of Two Schools of Social Theory to Neighbourhood, Place and Health Research
Irene H. Yen, Janet K. Shim, Airín D. Martínez

9. Locating Politics in Social Epidemiology
Carles Muntaner, Carme Borrell, Edwin Ng, Haejoo Chung, Albert Espelt, Maica Rodriguez-Sanz, Joan Benach, Patricia O’Campo

10. Structural Violence and Structural Vulnerability Within the Risk Environment: Theoretical and Methodological Perspectives for a Social Epidemiology of HIV Risk Among Injection Drug Users and Sex Workers
Tim Rhodes, Karla Wagner, Steffanie A. Strathdee, Kate Shannon, Peter Davidson, Philippe Bourgois

11. Realist Review Methods for Complex Health Problems
Maritt Kirst, Patricia O’Campo

12. Addressing Health Equities in Social Epidemiology: Learning from Evaluation(s)
Sanjeev Sridharan, James R. Dunn, April Nakaima

13. Knowledge Translation and Social Epidemiology: Taking Power, Politics and Values Seriously
Kelly Murphy, Patrick Fafard

14. Community-Academic Partnerships and Social Change
Peter Schafer

15. Producing More Relevant Evidence: Applying a Social Epidemiology Research Agenda to Public Health Practice
David Mowat, Catharine Chambers

16. Conclusions
James R. Dunn, Patricia O’Campo

Keywords: Biomedicine, Biomedicine general, Epidemiology, Public Health/Gesundheitswesen, Social Sciences, general

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