Presents a sociological alternative and complement to the bio-medical paradigm and critically examines public health, the healthcare system, and medicine in their larger social, economic, and political milieus. Topics may address the social determinants of health; domestic and global health-related inequities; policy; and health work as a profession. Meets the Critical Perspectives: Social Inequality requirement.
Prerequisite: Any 100 level sociology class or consent of instructor.
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|Fall 2017||Block 4||Sociology of Health and Medicine||Wade Roberts||Tutt Library 317||25/13||02/17/2018|