Social Inequality and Health Care
Published on 1995-01-01 by Northern Book Centre
India has committed itself to the pursuit of achieving the goal of Health For All by AD 2000 in accordance with the Alma-Ata declaration, 1978. There has been ample evidence to demonstrate that for the success of any health programme medical intervention alone will not bring about the desired results. Its success or failure depends, to a large extent, upon the interplay of several non-medical factors such as social, cultural, political, economic, and psychological. The role of these key factors in the domain of health care activities has been recently recognised by social scientists all over the world. It present a pioneering attempt in India to understand the relationship of social stratification and health care in a rural community from a sociological perspective.
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