Health and Wellbeing In South Africa: Evidence from the Langeberg Survey

@inproceedings{Case2000HealthAW,
  title={Health and Wellbeing In South Africa: Evidence from the Langeberg Survey},
  author={A Russian Case and Francis Marion Moseley Wilson},
  year={2000}
}
See Adler and Ostrove (1999) for an overview of the literature on socioeconomic status 1 and health. For the purposes of this paper 'Black' is used in the narrower sense to refer specifically 2 to those who would normally refer to themselves as 'African' and whose family background is (or was) Bantu-speaking. 'Coloured' is an apartheid category whose relevance lies primarily in the historical background of those so labeled whose ancestors range from the Khoi and San who have been in the Western… CONTINUE READING

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