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Contribution of Lifelong Adverse Experiences to Social Health Inequalities: Findings from a Population Survey in France

2011, 673 pages

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Recent research shows that adverse experiences, such as economic hardships or exclusion, contribute to deterioration of health status. However, individuals currently experiencing adverse experiences are excluded from conventional health surveys, which, in addition, often focus on current social situation but rarely address past adverse experiences. This research explores the role of such experiences on health and related social inequalities based on a new set of ad hoc questions included in a regular health survey.

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