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Differential Mortality in the United States

A Study in Socioeconomic Epidemiology

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Publication Date: 01/01/1973

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Two eminent scholars in the field of sociology present the first large-scale study to relate mortality to a broad spectrum of social and economic factors—including education, income, occupation, race, and marital status—with broad application to the public health field.

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