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The biological standard of living in Mexico: c.1850-1992

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In the present study I analyse the long-run dynamics of adult average height in Mexico and the influence of the country’s environmental/socioeconomic context on this average height. Three main questions guide the course of this study: How did inequality evolve during the second half of twentieth century in Mexico? Did the processes of industrialisation and urbanisation affect the evolution of average height in Mexico? If so, can it be asserted that for such period in Mexico physical statur...

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History Faculty
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Velez Grajales, R
Type of award:
DPhil
Level of award:
Doctoral
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University of Oxford

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