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Bedouin in Lebanon: Social discrimination, political exclusion, and compromised health care.

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Global inequalities in health have long been associated with disparities between rich and poor nations. The middle-income countries of the Levant (Lebanon, Syria and Jordan) have developed models of health care delivery that mirror the often complex make-up of their states. In Lebanon, which is characterized by political clientelism and sectarian structures, access to health care is more contingent on ethnicity and religious affiliation than on poverty. This case study of the Bedouin of the M...

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Institution:
University of Oxford
Department:
Oxford, SSD, International Development, Refugee Studies Centre
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Journal:
Social science and medicine (1982)
Volume:
82
Pages:
43-50
Publication date:
2013-04-05
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EISSN:
1873-5347
ISSN:
0277-9536
URN:
uuid:4c3eecdc-75e5-4a13-a8a8-c8418cfac19e
Source identifiers:
387880
Local pid:
pubs:387880

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