Table of contents for Infant mortality : a continuing social problem / edited by Eilidh Garrett ... [et al.].

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1. Infant mortality: a social problem? 
Eilidh Garrett, Chris Galley, Nicola Shelton and Robert Woods
2. George Newman ¿ a life in public health Chris Galley
3. Newman¿s Infant Mortality as an agenda for research Robert Woods
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
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

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.