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Kara Chan’s new co-edited volume describes the theoretical development of social inclusion as a key outcome measure for health intervention and social services initiatives. The book presents and compares studies that enable us to see how people in different cultures interpret the concept of social inclusion and how social inclusion is experienced among different disadvantaged groups in society. Social inclusion: Theoretical development and cross-cultural measurements is the second book in the Mediated Health Series published by City University of Hong Kong Press.
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