Does gender modify associations between Self Rated Health and the Social and Economic characteristics of local environments?
Objectives: To examine whether area level socioeconomic disadvantage and social capital have different relations with women's and men's self rated health. Methods: The study used data from 15 112 respondents to the 1998 Tasmanian (Australia) healthy communities study (60% response rate) nested within 41 statistical local areas. Gender stratified analyses were conducted of the associations between the index of relative socioeconomic disadvantage (IRSD) and social capital (neighbourhood...[Show more]
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