Active Phytochemicals from Chinese Herbal Medicines: Anti-Cancer Activities and Mechanisms 1st Edition PDF ebook

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Full title: Active Phytochemicals from Chinese Herbal Medicines: Anti-Cancer Activities and Mechanisms 1st Edition
Edition: 1st
Copyright year: 2016
Publisher: CRC Press
Author: Wing Shing Ho
ISBN: 9781482219869, 9783319295657
Format: PDF

Description of Active Phytochemicals from Chinese Herbal Medicines: Anti-Cancer Activities and Mechanisms 1st Edition:
This book examines the extent to which social position impacts exposure to intimate partner violence (IPV) and whether women with IPV exposure are more vulnerable to social inequities in health. At the intersection of sociological theories on health, gender, and policy, this book explores these issues against the social policy contexts of the United States, Germany, and Norway. It applies a conceptual framework which argues that differential exposure to IPV and differential vulnerability to poor health are two primary mechanisms driving health inequities for IPV survivors. Empirical analysis reveals context-specific nuances in the interactions of social position and IPV exposure in their impact on health, and suggests that encouraging women’s economic independence and ensuring access to health care are vital policy intervention points for reducing the health inequities of IPV survivors. This book offers a cross-national comparative look at the role of social policy in the lives of IPV survivors, highlighting the effects of various policy approaches in three modern welfare states and suggesting policy implications.

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