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  1. Week 1 12 items
    1. Week 1 - Required readings 1 item
      1. Material Conditions and Health Inequalities - Kevin Dew, Anne Scott, Allison Kirkman

        Chapter Required

    2. Lecture 1 - Supplementary readings - Introduction 4 items
      1. How should we define health? - M. Huber, J. A. Knottnerus, L. Green, H. v. d. Horst 26/07/2011

        Article Supplementary

      2. Medicine as culture: illness, disease and the body in Western societies - Deborah Lupton 1994

        Book Supplementary

      3. Health policy (5 pages) - Jacqueline Cumming 01/08/2017

        Article Supplementary

      4. Tackling cold housing and fuel poverty in New Zealand: A review of policies, research, and health impacts (7 pages) - Philippa Howden-Chapman, Helen Viggers, Ralph Chapman, Kimberley O’Sullivan 10/2012

        Article Supplementary

    3. Lecture 2 - Supplementary readings - Material Conditions and Health 7 items
      1. Understanding health inequalities in Aotearoa New Zealand - Kevin Dew, Anna Matheson c2008

        Book Supplementary

      2. Unequal socio-economic determinants, unequal health (18 pages) - Philippa Howden-Chapman 2005

        Chapter Supplementary

      3. The spirit level: why equality is better for everyone - Richard G. Wilkinson, Kate Pickett 2010

        Book Supplementary

      4. Inequality: a New Zealand crisis - Ebooks Corporation 2013

        Book Supplementary

      5. Intersectionality's Definitional Dilemmas (16 pages) - Patricia Hill Collins 14/08/2015

        Article Supplementary

      6. Health Inequalities - Jane D. McLeod, Christy Erving, Jennifer Caputo

        Chapter Supplementary

  2. Week 2 24 items
    1. Week 2 - Required readings 2 items
      1. The Health of Indigenous Communities - Kevin Dew, Anne Scott, Allison Kirkman

        Chapter Required

      2. The State of Maori Health - Papaarangi Reid, Bridget Robson 2006

        Chapter Required

    2. Lecture 3 - Supplementary readings - Ethnicity, Indigeneity, and Health 3 items
      1. Racism and Health: Evidence and Needed Research - David R. Williams, Jourdyn A. Lawrence, Brigette A. Davis 04/2019

        Article Supplementary

      2. Health Inequalities - Jane D. McLeod, Christy Erving, Jennifer Caputo

        Chapter Supplementary

    3. Lecture 4 - Supplementary readings - Ethnicity and Health in Aotearoa 19 items
      1. Racism and health: The relationship between experience of racial discrimination and health in New Zealand - Ricci Harris, Martin Tobias, Mona Jeffreys, Kiri Waldegrave 2006-9

        Article Supplementary

      2. Positioning Historical Trauma Theory within Aotearoa New Zealand - Leonie Pihama, Paul Reynolds, Cherryl Smith, John Reid 09/2014

        Article Supplementary

      3. Historical Trauma, Healing and Well-Being in Māori Communities - Rebecca Wirihana and Cherryl Smith 2014

        Article Supplementary

      4. Māori and Pasifika leaders’ experiences of government health advisory groups in New Zealand (9 pages) - Heather Came, Tim McCreanor, Maria Haenga-Collins, Rhonda Cornes 07/01/2019

        Article Supplementary

  3. Week 3 21 items
    1. Week 3 - Required readings 2 items
      1. Gender and Ethnicity in Health - Kevin Dew, Anne Scott, Allison Kirkman

        Chapter Required

    2. Lecture 5 - Supplementary readings - Gender and Health 11 items
      1. Gender - Rebecca Fanany, David Fanany 2012

        Chapter Supplementary

      2. Feminisms and Medicine - Deborah Lupton 2003

        Chapter Supplementary

      3. Climacteric Redux? - Barbara L. Marshall 04/2007

        Article Supplementary

      4. Raewyn Connell: Gender, Health and Healthcare - Maree Herrett, Toni Schofield

        Chapter Supplementary

      5. Health Inequalities - Jane D. McLeod, Christy Erving, Jennifer Caputo

        Chapter Supplementary

      6. Manufacturing Desire: - Jennifer R. Fishman 04/2004

        Article Supplementary

    3. Lecture 6 - Supplementary readings - Environmental Inequality and Health 8 items
      1. Environmental racism: time to tackle social injustice - The Lancet Planetary Health 11/2018

        Article Supplementary

      2. Undone Science: Charting Social Movement and Civil Society Challenges to Research Agenda Setting - Scott Frickel, Sahra Gibbon, Jeff Howard, Joanna Kempner 07/2010

        Article Supplementary

      3. Environmental Inequality: The Social Causes and Consequences of Lead Exposure - Christopher Muller, Robert J. Sampson, Alix S. Winter 30/07/2018

        Article Supplementary

      4. What makes us get sick? Look upstream - Rishi Manchanda 2014

        Audio-visual document Supplementary

  4. Week 4 7 items
    1. Week 4 - Required readings - READINGS TO BE CONFIRMED 2 items
    2. Lecture 7 - Supplementary readings - Theoretical Perspectives on Health and Illness 5 items
      1. Contemporary theorists for medical sociology - Graham Scambler 2012

        Book Supplementary

    3. Lecture 8 - Supplementary readings 0 items
  5. Week 5 7 items
    1. Week 5 - Required readings 2 items
      1. Medicalization and Contested Illnesses - Kevin Dew, Anne Scott, Allison Kirkman

        Chapter Required

      2. Disability and Chronic Illness - Kevin Dew, Anne Scott, Allison Kirkman

        Chapter Required

    2. Lecture 9 - Supplementary readings - Medicalisation 4 items
      1. Medicalisation or under-treatment? Psychotropic medication use by elderly people in New Zealand - Pauline Norris, Simon Horsburgh, Kirsten Lovelock, Gordon Becket 06/2011

        Article Supplementary

      2. Climacteric Redux? - Barbara L. Marshall 04/2007

        Article Supplementary

    3. Lecture 10 - Supplementary readings - Disability 1 item
  6. Week 6 4 items
    1. Week 6 Required readings - READINGS TO BE CONFIRMED 2 items
      1. Institutions of Health Care - Kevin Dew, Anne Scott, Allison Kirkman

        Chapter Supplementary

      2. Promoting Public Health - Kevin Dew, Anne Scott, Allison Kirkman

        Chapter Required

    2. Lecture 11 - Supplementary readings - Institutions of Health Care 0 items
    3. Lecture 12 - Supplementary readings - Public health 2 items
      1. The cult and science of public health: a sociological investigation - Kevin Dew 2012

        Book Supplementary

      2. What makes us get sick? Look upstream - Rishi Manchanda 2014

        Audio-visual document Supplementary

  7. Week 7 14 items
    1. Week 7 - Required readings 2 items
      1. Pharmaceuticals - Kevin Dew, Anne Scott, Allison Kirkman

        Chapter Required

    2. Lecture 13 - Supplementary readings - Pharmaceuticals 3 items
    3. Lecture 14 - Supplementary readings - Alternative Medicine 9 items
      1. Borderland practices: regulating alternative therapies in New Zealand - Kevin Dew 2003

        Book Supplementary

      2. General practitioners' attitudes toward (and use of) complementary and alternative medicine: a New Zealand nationwide survey - Poynton, Louise, Dowell, Anthony, Dew, Kevin, Egan, Tony Online); Christchurch Vol. 119, Iss. 1247,  (Dec 15, 2006

        Article Supplementary

      3. ‘You just got to eat healthy’: The topic of CAM in the general practice consultation - Kevin Dew, Elizabeth Plumridge, Maria Stubbe, Tony Dowell 12/2008

        Article Supplementary

  8. Week 8 5 items
    1. Week 8 - Required readings - READINGS TO BE CONFIRMED 2 items
      1. The (non) use of prioritisation protocols by surgeons - Kevin Dew, Maria Stubbe, Lindsay Macdonald, Anthony Dowell 12/02/2010

        Article Supplementary

      2. Home as a hybrid centre of medication practice - Kevin Dew, Kerry Chamberlain, Darrin Hodgetts, Pauline Norris 01/2014

        Article Required

    2. Lecture 15 - Supplementary readings - Micro-sociology and the consultation 3 items
      1. ‘You just got to eat healthy’: The topic of CAM in the general practice consultation - Kevin Dew, Elizabeth Plumridge, Maria Stubbe, Tony Dowell 12/2008

        Article Supplementary

    3. Lecture 16 - Supplementary readings - Medications in the home 0 items
  9. Week 9 16 items
    1. Week 9 - Required readings 2 items
      1. Embodied Health Movements - Phil Brown, Rachel Morello-Frosch, Stephen Zavestoski, Sabrina McCormick 2011

        Chapter Required

      2. The Cancer on Your Coffee Table - Amanda Hinnant 09/2009

        Article Required

    2. Lecture 17 - Supplementary readings - Health Social Movements 10 items
      1. Social movements in health: an introduction - Phil Brown, Stephen Zavestoski 09/2004

        Article Supplementary

      2. Women’s Health Social Movements - Melissa Goldner 2017

        Chapter Supplementary

      3. Health Social Movements: Advancing Traditional Medical Sociology Concepts - Phil Brown, Rachel Morello-Frosch, Stephen Zavestoski, Laura Senier

        Chapter Supplementary

      4. Undone Science: Charting Social Movement and Civil Society Challenges to Research Agenda Setting - Scott Frickel, Sahra Gibbon, Jeff Howard, Joanna Kempner 07/2010

        Article Supplementary

      5. Health as a meaningful social practice - Robert Crawford 10/2006

        Article Supplementary

    3. Lecture 18 - Supplementary readings - The Media and Health 4 items
      1. Healthcare in the news media: The privileging of private over public - Sophie Lewis, Fran Collyer, Karen Willis, Kirsten Harley 12/2018

        Article Supplementary

      2. Media coverage of 'decades of disparity' in ethnic mortality in Aotearoa - Darrin Hodgetts, Bridgette Masters, Neville Robertson 11/2004

        Article Supplementary

      3. Health and the Mass Media - Kevin Dew, Anne Scott, Allison Kirkman

        Chapter Supplementary

      4. Health as a meaningful social practice - Robert Crawford 10/2006

        Article Supplementary

  10. Week 10 15 items
    1. Week 10 - Required readings 2 items
      1. Mental Health - Kevin Dew, Anne Scott, Allison Kirkman

        Chapter Required

    2. Lecture 19 - Supplementary readings - Mental Health 11 items
      1. Sociology of mental disorder - William C. Cockerham c2011

        Book Supplementary

      2. Speaking of sadness: depression, disconnection, and the meanings of illness - David Allen Karp 1996

        Book Supplementary

      3. The myth of mental illness - Szasz, Thomas S Feb 1960

        Article Supplementary

      4. Depression, Chemical Imbalances, and Feminism - William Schultz, Noel Hunter 10/2016

        Article Supplementary

      5. He Ara Oranga : Report of the Government Inquiry into Mental Health and Addiction - Ron Paterson, Mason Durie, Barbara Disley, Dean Rangihuna November 2018

        Document Supplementary

    3. Lecture 20 - Supplementary readings - Therapeutic Cultures 2 items
      1. Excerpt from: Emotions, Bodies, Selves, pp. 79-92. 13 pages - Deborah Lupton

        Chapter Supplementary Excerpt: pp. 79-92. 13 pages.

  11. Week 11 15 items
    1. Week 11 - Required readings 2 items
    2. Lecture 21 - Supplementary readings - The Climate Crisis and Physical Health 10 items
      1. Health co-benefits of climate change mitigation policies in the transport sector - Caroline Shaw, Simon Hales, Philippa Howden-Chapman, Richard Edwards 2014-6

        Article Supplementary

      2. Human well-being and climate change mitigation - William F. Lamb, Julia K. Steinberger 11/2017

        Article Supplementary

      3. Climate Justice and Inequality - Sharon L. Harlan, David N. Pellow, J. Timmons Roberts, Shannon Elizabeth Bell 2015

        Chapter Supplementary

      4. Six degrees: our future on a hotter planet - Mark Lynas 2007

        Book Supplementary

      5. This changes everything: capitalism vs. the climate - Naomi Klein 2014

        Book Supplementary

    3. Lecture 22 - Supplementary readings - The Climate Crisis and Mental Health 3 items