Lynam MJ, Cowley S, Understanding marginalization as a social determinant of health, 2007, Critical Public Health, 17(2): 137–149.

This paper has examined marginalization, as a process of social location, from the view point of first-generation immigrant women in Britain and Canada. Drawing on Bourdieu’s theoretical perspective the paper points out that marginalization has consequences for how day-to-day decisions are made, how resources are accessed and how interactions are structured.

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Lynam MJ
Cowley S
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Lynam MJ, Cowley S, Understanding marginalization as a social determinant of health, 2007, Critical Public Health, 17(2): 137–149.