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Contents. INTRODUCTION 1. Infant mortality: a social problem? Eilidh Garrett, Chris Galley, Nicola Shelton and Robert Woods PART I 2. George Newman ¿ a life in public health Chris Galley 3. Newman¿s Infant Mortality as an agenda for research Robert Woods PART II 4. Place and status as determinants of infant mortality in England c. 1550-1837 Richard Smith and Jim Oeppen 5. A double penalty? Infant mortality in the Lincolnshire Fens, 1870-1900 Sam Sneddon 6. Infant mortality in Northamptonshire: a vaccination register study Tricia James 7. Urban-rural differences in infant mortality: a view from the death registers of Skye and Kilmarnock, Scotland Eilidh Garrett 8. Diarrhoea: the central issue? Eric Hall and Michael Drake 9. Infant mortality, a spatial problem: Notting Dale Special area in George Newman¿s London Graham Mooney and Andrea Tanner 10. Health visitors and ¿enlightened motherhood¿ Alice Reid PART III 11. Infant mortality and social progress in Britain, 1905- 2005 Danny Dorling 12. The health of infants at the beginning of the twenty-first century Yvonne Kelly 13. Conclusion.The social dimension of infant well-being Nicola Shelton Index
Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:
Newman, George, Sir, 1870-1948 Infant mortality.
Infants -- Mortality -- Great Britain.
Infants -- Mortality -- Great Britain -- History -- 20th century.
Newman, George, Sir, 1870-1948.
Infant Mortality -- history -- Great Britain.
Infant Welfare -- history -- Great Britain.
Social Problems -- history -- Great Britain.