Concepts, theories and history of social epidemiology
- Rose, G. 1985. Sick individuals and sick populations. Int J Epidemiol, 14:32-8.
- Kawachi, I. 2002. Social epidemiology. Soc Sci Med, 54:1739-41.
- Glass, TA and McAtee, MJ. 2006. Behavioral science at the crossroads in public health: Extending horizons, envisioning the future. Soc Sci Med, 62:1650-1671.
Social class, inequality and health (case study: hypertension)
- Marmot, M. 2006. Health in an unequal world. The Lancet, 68:2081-2094.Avendano, M, et al. 2006.
- Socioeconomic status and ischaemic heart disease mortality in 10 western European populations during the 1990s. Heart, 92:461-7.
- Regidor, E, et al. 2006. Association of adult socioeconomic position with hypertension in older people. J Epidemiol Community Health, 60:74-80.
Neighborhoods and health (case study: environmental stress and obesity)
- Glass, TA, et al. 2006. Neighborhoods and obesity in older adults: The Baltimore Memory Study. Am J Prev Med, 31:455-463.
- Franco, M, et al. 2007. Smoke Before Food: A Tale of Baltimore City. Am J Public Health, 97:1178.
Immigration and population health (case study: Immigrant health in Canada)
- Dunn, JR and Dyck, I. 2000. Social determinants of health in Canada’s immigrant population: results from the National Population Health Survey. Soc Sci Med, 51:1573-93.
- Torres, AM and Sanz, B. 2000. Health care provision for illegal immigrants: should public health be concerned? J Epidemiol Community Health, 54:478-9.
- Loue, S and Galea, S. 2007. Migration. in S Galea (Eds.), Macrosocial Determinants of Population Health. New York: Springer. pp. 247-274.
Political economy and health (case study: Economic crisis and mortality in Cuba)
- Franco, M, et al. 2007. Impact of energy intake, physical activity, and population-wide weight loss on cardiovascular disease and diabetes mortality in Cuba, 1980-2005. Am J Epidemiol, 166:1374-80.