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Submitters Login Quick submit Waiver Generator. Cultural epidemiology: An introduction and overview. Author Weiss, Mitchell Gralnick.
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Metadata Show full item record. Citation Weiss, Mitchell G. Abstract Although the value of interdisciplinary collaboration between epidemiology and anthropology is both widely acknowledged and hotly contested, effective international health policy and multicultural health programmes require it.
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The EMIC framework for cultural studies of illness was developed in response to such needs, and a cultural epidemiology emerged from that framework as an interdisciplinary field of research on locally valid representations of illness and their distributions in cultural context. These representations are specified by variables, descriptions, and narrative accounts of illness experience, its meaning, and associated illness behaviour.
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What is Causation? Measuring Disease Occurrence and Causal Effects 5. Types of Epidemiologic Studies 6. Infectious Disease Epidemiology 7. Dealing with Biases 8. Random Error and the Role of Statistics 9. Analyzing Simple Epidemiologic Data Controlling Confounding by Stratifying Data Measuring Interactions Using Regression Models in Epidemiologic Analysis Epidemiology in Clinical Settings Appendix Index.
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