Thinking Health Promotion Sociologically

  • Laura Balbo


Processes of social change in both the scientific domain and in society -hence, also in people’s everyday practices—are in many ways interrelated.


Health Promotion Adult Woman Lifelong Learning Junk Food Health Competence 
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