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A selection of Sage journal articles that support each chapter to help deepen your knowledge and reinforce your learning of key topics. An ideal place to start for literature reviews/dissertations/assignments. Preceding each article is an annotation from the chapter editors, Ruth Cross and James Woodall, introducing its relevance for practice and or revision.

International case studies , per chapter, written by contributors from around the world, map to each chapter and provide a unique insight into the challenges of health promotion across a range of socio-economic and cultural contexts. Countries represented include Ghana, Jamaica, UK, The Gambia, Norway, Uganda, and Zambia.

Just click on the links to the left.

Seminar questions provide lecturers with general discussion points to use when teaching chapter-specific topics, and drill down into the sub-topics of the subject, with more critical thinking points and questions to explore with students.


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