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!Read ⚆ Embodying Inequality: Epidemiologic Perspectives (Policy, Politics, Health, and Medicine) (Policy, Politics, Health and Medicine) ♩ To advance the epidemiological analysis of social inequalities in health, and of the ways in which population distributions of disease, disability, and death reflect embodied expressions of social inequality, this volume draws on articles published in the International Journal of Health Services betweenandFramed by ecosocial theory, it employs ecosocial constructs of embodiment pathways of embodiment cumulative interplay of exposure, susceptibility, and resistance across the lifecourse and accountability and agency to address the question who and what drives current and changing patterns of social inequalities in health pSection I, Social Epidemiology History, Hypotheses, Methods, and Measurement, focuses on theories and constructs useful for analyzing social inequalities in health related to class, race ethnicity, gender, sexuality, and disability Rather than construing these aspects of lived experiences of inequality as solely a matter of personal identities and behaviors, the contributors consider how the political and economic context in which people live enhances or destroys their abilities to live healthy, dignified lives pSection II, EmpiricalInvestigation Social Epidemiology at Work, moves from concepts and critiques to critical applications, via concrete analyses of diverse determinants of social inequalities in health These determinants include economic and social deprivation toxic substances and hazardous conditions social trauma, including institutional and interpersonal discrimination and violence targeted marketing of harmful commodities and inadequate or degrading medical care Together, these chapters clarify the importance of conceptualizing hypotheses in relation to the political and material as well as the psychological conditions in which people live, love, work, fight, play, ail, and die