CitationMesser, Lynne C. & Kaufman, Jay S. (2006). Using Census Data to Approximate Neighborhood Effects.. Oakes, J. Michael & Kaufman, Jay S. (Eds.) (pp. 209-236). San Francisco: Jossey-Bass.
AbstractSocial epidemiology is the study of how social interactions―social norms, laws, institutions, conventia, social conditions and behavior―affect the health of populations. This practical, comprehensive introduction to methods in social epidemiology is written by experts in the field.
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Author(s)Messer, Lynne C.
Kaufman, Jay S.