Health and Social Change in Russia and Eastern Europe

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Subject Index

a
Adult mortality
Age-specific, 13 , 16 , 27 , 108-10
accidents, 100 , 183
alcohol abuse, 1 , 20 , 40 , 49-50 , 101 .
See alsoindividual country entries.
cancer, 101 , 161 , 182-83.
See also individual country entries.
cardiovascular diseases, 11-12 , 100 , 187 , 191 ,
204 , 221 , 223.
See also heart disease.
circulatory diseases, 49 , 204.
See also heart disease.
education, 13 , 18
environmental pollution, 24-27.
See also individual country entries.
genetics, 20-21
gender, 13 , 17 , 27 , 108-9
heart disease, 12-13 , 20 , 23 , 40 , 43-44 , 160-61 , 182-83 , 221.
See also infdividua;l country entries.
infectious diseases, 20-21 , 101
occupation, 13 , 18 , 27
region, 13 , 18-19
smoking, 138 , 166.
See also individual country entries.
social causes, 13-27
social class, 17-18 , 27 , 247
socialist medical care, 21-24
sociodemographic characteristics, 13-20
urban/rural differences, 13 , 17 , 28 , 164-65
Afghanistan, 92
Agency, 250
sociological definition, 53-54
AIDS, 102
Albania, 2
Alcohol, consumption, 1 , 20 , 40 , 45-47 , 49-51 , 111 .
See also individual country entries.
Andropov, Yuri, 92
Anti-alcohol campaign, 49-50
Aral Sea, 24
Armenia life expectancy, 18-19 , 43
Austria, 126 , 128 , 139 , 145 , 233
Austria-Hungary, 123-24 , 126-27 , 146 , 170 , 194 , 212
Avoidable mortality.
See medically avoidable deaths.
Azerbaijan
life expectancy, 18-19

b
Belarus
environmental pollution, 26
life expectancy, 18-19 , 43
Bismarck, Otto, 236
Boris III, King, 213-15
Bosnia, 124
Brezhnev, Leonid, 9 , 36 , 86 , 90-91
Bulgaria, 2 , 9 , 201 , 211-25 , 250
adult mortality, 13-16 , 220-21 , 223
alcohol, 223-24
Bulgarian Socialist Party, 218-19
communism, collapse of, 218
Communist Party, 214 , 218 .
See also Bulgarian Socialist Party.
diet, 223-24
economy, 216 , 219
exercise, 224
health and social change, 211-21
health care funding, 222
health care system, 214 , 216-17
health insurance, 221-22
health lifestyles, 223-25
health policy, 221-22
heart disease, 221 , 223
life expectancy, 14-16 , 35 , 213-14 , 217 , 220-21
mortality, 221
physicians, 222
precommunist period, 212-16
social class, 216 , 223-24
societal stress, 222

c
Carbea, Victor, 202
Carol I, King, 194
Carol II, King, 195-96
Catholic Church, 185 .
See also Poland, Catholic Church.
Ceausescu, Nicolae, 198-99 , 201-2 , 207 , 209
Central Asia mortality, 10 , 18-19
Chernenko, Konstantin, 91-92
Chernobyl, 24-26
communism, 5 , 22-23 , 97
collapse of, 8 , 10 , 92-93 , 130-32 , 153-54 , 176-77 , 179 , 181 , 201 , 218 , 232-34.
See also individual country entries,
economic system, 8 , 86-87 , 90 .
See also individual country entries.

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Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • Preface ix
  • Chapter 1 - Introduction 1
  • Chapter 2 - The Social Determinants of the Decline in Longevity 29
  • Chapter 3 - Health Lifestyles: a Theoretical Perspective 53
  • Chapter 4 - Russia: Life Expectancy and Social Change 81
  • Chapter 5 - Russia: the Current Health Crisis 99
  • Chapter 6 - Hungary 123
  • Chapter 7 - Poland 143
  • Chapter 8 - The Czech Republic and Slovakia 169
  • Chapter 9 - Romania 193
  • Chapter 10 - Bulgaria 211
  • Chapter 11 - East Germany 227
  • Chapter 12 - Conclusion 245
  • Appendix 253
  • References 255
  • Subject Index 277
  • Author Index 282
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