Edited By: Morteza Honari and Thomas Boleyn
276 pages, 38 figs, tabs
Presents an introduction to examining health from a human ecological perspective, by looking at the various dimensions of health ecology in a human ecology framework, and examining how local, regional and global factors impinge on the health and environment of individuals, communities and the globe.
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