Dynamics of Inequality

  title={Dynamics of Inequality},
  author={S. Song and S. Burgard},
  journal={Journal of Health and Social Behavior},
  pages={349 - 364}
  • S. Song, S. Burgard
  • Published 2011
  • Psychology, Medicine
  • Journal of Health and Social Behavior
  • In this study, the authors analyze the dynamic relationship between Chinese women’s education, their utilization of newly available medical pregnancy care, and their infants’ mortality risk. China has undergone enormous social, economic, and political changes over recent decades and is a novel context in which to examine the potential influence of social change and technological innovation on health disparities. The authors consider efficacy, or the ability to quickly absorb and effectively… CONTINUE READING

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