Table of contents for Poor health : social inequality before and after the Black report / editors, Virginia Berridge, Stuart Blume.

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Introduction: Inequalities and Health  Virginia Berridge  1

The Dimensions of Inequality: Height and
Weight Variation in Britain, 1700-2000  Roderick Floud  13

Health, Class, Place and Politics: Social Capital
and Collective Provision in Britain      Simon Szreter  27

From Social Structure to Social Behaviour
in Britain after the Second World War   Dorothy Porter  58

Investigating Inequalities in Health
before Black                             Charles Webster   81

                    THE BLACK REPORT
The Black Committee on Health Inequalities
(1977-80): A Personal View of its Work   Stuart Blume  107

The Origin of the Black Report:
A Conversation with Richard Wilkinson  Virginia Berridge 120

Dispelling the Myths of the Black Report:
A Memoir                                   Patrick Jenkin 123

Witness Seminar
The Black Report and The Health Divide
                                 (editor) Virginia Berridge 131

                AFTER THE BLACK REPORT
The 'Second Black Report'?
The Acheson Report as Another Opportunity
to Tackle Health Inequalities           Mark Exworthy   175

Before and after the Black Report:
Four Fallacies                          Sally Macintyre 198


 Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:
  Social medicine Great Britain, 
  Health services accessibility Great Britain, 
  Poor Medical care Great Britain, 
  Great Britain,  Working Group on Inequalities in Health,  
  Inequalities in health, 
  Health Services Accessibility trends Great Britain Collected Works, 
  Health Services Needs and Demand trends Great Britain Collected Works, 
  Health Surveys Great Britain Collected Works, 
  Socioeconomic Factors Great Britain Collected Works