CFS: Health Sociology Review

An international, scholarly peer-reviewed journal, Health Sociology Review from eContent Management explores the contribution of sociology and sociological research methods to understanding health and illness; to health policy, promotion and practice; and to equity, social justice, social policy and social work. Health Sociology Review is published in association with The Australian Sociological Association (TASA) under the editorship of Dr Fran Collyer in the Department of Sociology and Social Policy at The University of Sydney. Health Sociology Review publishes original theoretical and research articles, literature reviews, special issues, symposia, commentaries and book reviews. Health Sociology Review publishes one regular issue of feature research articles and three topic-based special issues per annum. Special issues are also released as books with their own ISBN for use as course readers or separate sale to non-subscribers. Evaluation copies of all special issues are available to Course Coordinators from the publisher at: subscriptions@e-contentmanagement.com  Health sociologists, medical anthropologists, cultural studies researchers, health policy and social work researchers, psychologists, counsellors, nurse and medical researchers, are invited to contact the Editor in Chief or Associate Editors with proposals for special issues. Proposals should be grounded in the sociology literature. Special issue proposal guidelines are available from the publisher: info@e-contentmanagement.com  More information on its Web site: http://hsr.e-contentmanagement.com/

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