The sociology of health and illness is deeply rooted in the curricula of the Degree in Sociology at major universities. It is one of the main specialties of sociological literature and has a wide theoretical and practical academic application. This subject tries to analyze the social basis of the problems related to health and illness. It start off the attempt to overcome the limitations of the hegemonic biomedical approach to health and illness and seeks to discover the deep social root of both. To a large extent, the sociology of health and illness is nourished by discoveries and contributions from related areas such as epidemiology, health anthropology and health policy. In a certain sense, it should be considered that this subject implies an in-depth analysis of the social bases of health and illness and, as a result, serves as a foundation for its related areas.
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