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Local geographies of health inequalities. / Gatrell, Anthony C.; Berridge, Damon; Bennett, Sharon; Bostock, Lisa; Thomas, Carol; Popay, Jennie; Williams, Gareth.

The geography of health inequalities in the developed world: views from Britain and North America. ed. / Paul Boyle; Sarah Curtis; Elspeth Graham; Eric Moore. Aldershot : Ashgate Press, 2004. p. 177-197.

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Harvard

Gatrell, AC, Berridge, D, Bennett, S, Bostock, L, Thomas, C, Popay, J & Williams, G 2004, Local geographies of health inequalities. in P Boyle, S Curtis, E Graham & E Moore (eds), The geography of health inequalities in the developed world: views from Britain and North America. Ashgate Press, Aldershot, pp. 177-197.

APA

Gatrell, A. C., Berridge, D., Bennett, S., Bostock, L., Thomas, C., Popay, J., & Williams, G. (2004). Local geographies of health inequalities. In P. Boyle, S. Curtis, E. Graham, & E. Moore (Eds.), The geography of health inequalities in the developed world: views from Britain and North America (pp. 177-197). Ashgate Press.

Vancouver

Gatrell AC, Berridge D, Bennett S, Bostock L, Thomas C, Popay J et al. Local geographies of health inequalities. In Boyle P, Curtis S, Graham E, Moore E, editors, The geography of health inequalities in the developed world: views from Britain and North America. Aldershot: Ashgate Press. 2004. p. 177-197

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Gatrell, Anthony C. ; Berridge, Damon ; Bennett, Sharon ; Bostock, Lisa ; Thomas, Carol ; Popay, Jennie ; Williams, Gareth. / Local geographies of health inequalities. The geography of health inequalities in the developed world: views from Britain and North America. editor / Paul Boyle ; Sarah Curtis ; Elspeth Graham ; Eric Moore. Aldershot : Ashgate Press, 2004. pp. 177-197

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