Old and new factors in health transitions
The introductory section of the paper notes that the health transition literature suggests a greater range of cultural, social and behavioural influences on health, especially child survival, than has attracted the attention of most social science researchers. They concentrate disproportionately on the impact of parental education, especially maternal education, perhaps because these are measures that are easily quantified and readily available in census and surveys. The major part of the paper...[Show more]
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