Using a sociological lens, Dr. Niki Weller examines the relationship between gender and health behavior/outcomes. She identifies the difference between sex and gender, then explains why both are social determinants of health over time. The influence of gender on health is seen in unequal access to care, information, and resources.
Sociology of Health & Gender: A Life Course Perspective
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Weller, N. (Academic). (2017). Sociology of health & gender: a life course perspective [Video]. SAGE Knowledge. https://www.doi.org/10.4135/9781526420473
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