2 edition of Social problems with health consequences found in the catalog.
Social problems with health consequences
BiRegional Conference for Public Health Social Workers in Regions IV and VI (1991 Columbia, South Carolina)
by College of Social Work, University of South Carolina in Columbia, SC
Written in English
|Other titles||Pound of prevention, an ounce of cure., Prevention as a social work intervention.|
|Statement||edited by Judith Ann Fickling.|
|Contributions||Fickling, Judith Ann., University of South Carolina. College of Social Work., BiRegional Conference for Public Health Social Workers in Regions IV and VI (1992 : Columbia, South Carolina)|
|LC Classifications||RA422 .B57 1991|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vi, 135 p. :|
|Number of Pages||135|
|LC Control Number||94071322|
Chapter 1 Understanding Social Problems. and consequences of social problems and possible solutions to them. This section briefly describes the major ways in which sociologists gather information about social problems. and other drugs or about their experiences of being unemployed or in poor health. Many of the chapters in this book. Get this from a library! Social support and physical health: understanding the health consequences of relationships. [Bert N Uchino] -- Uchino discusses links between social support & mortality from cardiovascular disease, cancer, & HIV/AIDS. He investigates whether social support is more effective for some individuals & within.
Social inequality is "the state or quality of being unequal". Inequality is the root of a number of social problems that occur when factors such as gender, disability, race, and age may affect the way a person is treated. A past example of inequality as a social problem is slavery in the United States. According to the book, such health and social problems as "Obesity, Mental illness, drug and alcohol abuse, homicides, imprisonment rates, lowered life expectancy, over consumption of resources, teen pregnancy and the lack of social mobility," .
between income inequality and health and social problems (Saunders, ; Snowdon, ). Before dealing directly with some of these, and other, criticisms of the analysis in the book, this chapter outlines. Social Isolation and Health. Over various periods of time, people who self-isolate run the risk of developing emotional reactions like stress, anxiety and depression. They may also experience physical health problems such as heart disease, dementia and death.
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A social problem is any condition or behavior that has negative consequences for large numbers of people and that is generally recognized as a condition or behavior that needs to be addressed.
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As this book’s subtitle, Continuity and Change, implies, social problems are persistent, but they have also improved in the past and can be improved in the present and future, provided that our nation has the wisdom and will to address them.
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Childhood bullying may lead to social, health issues in adulthood. more health problems and poor social relationships when the victim. The Negative Consequences of Social Problems First, a problem is a social condition that has negative consequences for alcoholism, or drug abuse may negatively impact a person’s life and health, along with the well-being of that person’s family and friends.
Problems can threaten our social institutions, for example, the family (spousal. Social problems: Thinking about consequences. worse health, higher infant mortality, lower life expectancy, etc.
But don’t think there aren’t groups who don’t benefit from poverty, either. Divorce–Consequences of divorce include greater risk of poverty for all ages, including those retiring (women being more likely to suffer.
Social Problems: Community, Policy, and Social Action offers a sociological perspective on the social problems discussed.
It also provides an awareness that our personal experiences with problems that may arise in families, the workplace, health and medicine, the media, cities and suburbs, or with drug abuse, poverty, crime, the environment.
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