This paper is divided into two distinct sections: the first briefly examines the history of discussions on inequalities in health in Britain and how certain ideological approaches have persisted. The second part-taking Spain as an example-considers some of the special difficulties posed by research in countries where the data are inadequate. An attempt is made to suggest how, in such circumstances, research might be undertaken. © 1989.
|Journal||Social Science and Medicine|
|Publication status||Published - 1 Jan 1986|