The research literature on the social determinants of health focuses on socio-economic inequalities and disadvantage. 'Culture' is usually seen as pan of this picture of difference-associated with minority status, ethnicity or race; but we also need to address the role of dominant or mainstream cultures in health and well-being. Cultures provide the underlying assumptions of an entire way of life, allowing us to make sense of the world and our lives. This paper argues that aspects of modern...[Show more]
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