Author Archives: Social Science and Medicine

Vulnerability to unintentional injuries associated with land-use activities and search and…

Publication date: November 2016 Source:Social Science & Medicine, Volume 169 Author(s): Dylan G.

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Social mobility and subclinical atherosclerosis in a middle-income country: Association of…

Publication date: November 2016 Source:Social Science & Medicine, Volume 169 Author(s): Joanna M.N.

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Leishmaniasis, conflict, and political terror: A spatio-temporal analysis

Publication date: October 2016 Source:Social Science & Medicine, Volume 167 Author(s): Isha Berry, Lea Berrang-Ford Background Leishmaniasis has been estimated to cause the ninth largest burden amongst global infectious diseases.

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Fund my treatment!: A call for ethics-focused social science research into the use of…

Publication date: November 2016 Source:Social Science & Medicine, Volume 169 Author(s): Jeremy Snyder, Annalise Mathers, Valorie A.

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Contested moral landscapes: Negotiating breastfeeding stigma in breastmilk sharing, nighttime…

Publication date: November 2016 Source:Social Science & Medicine, Volume 168 Author(s): Cecilia Tomori, Aunchalee E.L.

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No one sees the fathers: Israeli fathers’ experience of feticide

Publication date: November 2016 Source:Social Science & Medicine, Volume 168 Author(s): Ronit D.

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Sole-parent work schedules and adolescent wellbeing:Evidence from Australia

Publication date: November 2016 Source:Social Science & Medicine, Volume 168 Author(s): Alfred Michael Dockery, Jianghong Li, Garth Kendall Extensive evidence has shown that working nonstandard hours, such as evening or night shifts, impacts negatively on workers’ own health, and a growing literature suggests such impacts extend to the health of workers’ children.

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What is the future of research on medical decision making? (And is it bright?): A response to…

Publication date: November 2016 Source:Social Science & Medicine, Volume 168 Author(s): Karen Lutfey Spencer

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Ethnoracial inequality and insurance coverage among Latino young adults

Publication date: November 2016 Source:Social Science & Medicine, Volume 168 Author(s): Veronica Terriquez, Tiffany D.

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Mechanisms linking intimate partner violence and prevention of mother-to-child transmission of…

Publication date: November 2016 Source:Social Science & Medicine, Volume 168 Author(s): A.M.

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Under one roof: The effect of co-residing with adult children on depression in later life

Publication date: November 2016 Source:Social Science & Medicine, Volume 168 Author(s): Emilie Courtin, Mauricio Avendano Rationale The number of older parents living without adult children has increased dramatically over the last decades.

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Peer influence as a potential magnifier of ADHD diagnosis

Publication date: November 2016 Source:Social Science & Medicine, Volume 168 Author(s): Brian Aronson The prevalence of Attention Deficit and Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) is growing in America, but its cause is unclear.

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Beyond the visual and verbal: Using participant-produced photographs in research on the…

Publication date: November 2016 Source:Social Science & Medicine, Volume 168 Author(s): Carol Tishelman, Olav Lindqvist, Senada Hajdarevic, Birgit H.

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First-generation Korean immigrants’ barriers to healthcare and their coping strategies in the…

Publication date: November 2016 Source:Social Science & Medicine, Volume 168 Author(s): Sou Hyun Jang This paper examines first-generation Korean immigrants’ barriers to healthcare in the US and their strategies for coping with these issues by analyzing survey data from 507 Korean immigrants and in-depth interviews with 120 Korean immigrants in the New York-New Jersey area.

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