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BIOL 110: Biology and Politics of Women's Health

Type of Sources

Sources by Audience

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Sources by origin, content and intended use:

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Examples of Primary and Secondary Sources

Primary Secondary
An article in the Journal of Family Practice entitled: "Gender Differences in the Utilization of Health Care Services" Which is one of the studies mentioned in a book put out by the World Health Organization: Gender, Women and Primary Health Care Renewal : A Discussion Paper
An article from Ecological Economics on environmental inequality: "Effects of political institutions on air quality" An article from the Annual Review of Public Health that gives an overview of the relationship: "The Haves, the Have-Nots, and the Health of Everyone: The Relationship Between Social Inequality and Environmental Quality"
A case study in a peer reviewed journal on apes such as: "Seasonal Effects on Great Ape Health: A Case Study of Wild Chimpanzees and Western Gorillas" A review article that analyzes the studies to date on ape language like "Ape Language Research: A Review and Behavioral Perspective"
A research article in a journal "The Research–Teaching Nexus in Politics and International Relations in the UK: A Survey of Practices and Attitudes" An editorial in the same journal Editorial 2015 – Diversity in Politics


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