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Making Health Work

Autor: Mosk, Carl

Editorial: University of California Press

Formato:Tapa Dura
Precio de Lista:$55.00
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Making Health Work : Carl Mosk shows how population quality - specifically, the population quality of schoolchildren in Japan, as measured with extensive figures on height, weight, chest girth, and body weight index - provides a key to understanding economic growth and social change in that greatly changed and expanded society. Japan, perhaps more than any other country in the twentieth century, exemplifies the capacity to industrialize rapidly and raise income levels despite severe natural resource constraints. Making Health Work offers a rigorous, eclectic approach to the investigation of Japan's increasing population quality, which is clearly reflected in the increasing size of Japan's citizens. Mosk's work suggests new ways of exploring linkages between people's past, present, and future productivity and of gauging their standard of living and quality of life.


Categoría   Sub-Categoría
Ciencias Sociales   Anthropology

ISBN 13:9780520083158
ISBN 10:0520083156
Formato:Tapa Dura
Idioma:Inglés
Páginas:156
Tamaño:9.31" l x 6.26" w x 0.78" h
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