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Social capital and health inequality in European welfare states

Author: Mikael Rostila
Publisher: Houndmills : Palgrave Macmillan, 2013.
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This book sets out unique findings on whether social capital influences health and health inequalities in European welfare states. Drawing on cross-national data from the European Social Survey (ESS) as well as Swedish national survey data and registers, the book develops a new theoretical definition of social capital that guides the books empirical studies. The findings suggest that welfare state generosity is a  Read more...
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Rostila, Mikael, 1977-
Social capital and health inequality in European welfare states
(DLC) 2012047289
(OCoLC)811002692
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Mikael Rostila
ISBN: 9781137305664 1137305665 1299262848 9781299262843
OCLC Number: 828142125
Description: 1 online resource
Contents: Theoretical Foundations of Social Capital in Health Research --
Social Capital and Welfare: Do Universal Welfare State 'Crowd Out' or Stimulate Social Capital? --
Social Capital and Health: Mechanisms and Empirical Findings --
Health Inequalities by Education in European Welfare Regimes: The Contribution of Individual Social Capital --
Health Inequalities Between European Welfare Regimes: The Contribution of Collective Social Capital --
Social Capital and health Inequality in the Social-Democratic Swedish Welfare State --
The Dark Sides of Social Capital: Homophily and Closure of Immigrants Social Networks in the Swedish Welfare State --
Concluding Discussion.
Responsibility: Mikael Rostila.

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Drawing on cross-national European data from the European Social Survey as well as Swedish national survey data and registers, this book investigates social capital in relation to health and health  Read more...

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