Globalisation and health – Globalisation promotes better health. Critically analyse this statement with reference to political, economic and technological processes.

Globalisation and health – Globalisation promotes better health. Critically analyse this statement with reference to political, economic and technological processes.

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Essay Question: Globalization promotes better health. Critically analyse this statement with reference to political, economic and technological processes.

– Succinctly introduce the concept of globalization.
– Compare and contrast different meanings of globalization.
– Identify the core processes of globalization through economic, political and cultural processes.
– Provide a discussion about the relationship between health and globalization.
– Ensure you reference this work using standard Harvard method.

Recommended References: Books & Journals

Books:
Cockerham G. & Cockerham W. (2010) Health and Globalization Cambridge, Polity Press
Steger M. (2013) Globalization: A very Short Introduction Oxford, OUP New Edition
Ritzer G. (2010) Globalization: A basic text Chichester, Wiley-Blackwell?Ritzer G. & Atalay Z. (eds.) (2010) Readings in Globalization Malden, MA, Blackwell?Roberts T. & Hite A. (eds.) (2007) The globalization and Development Reader Oxford, Blackwell
Latouche S. (1996) The Westernisation of the World Cambridge, Polity Press
Gelinas J.B. (2003) From worldwide colonial mercantilism to globalization (EKT) In Juggernaut Politics: Understanding Predatory Globalization London, Zed Press
Nester W.R. (2010) Globalization: A short History New York, Palgrave Macmillan EBook
Beaglehole R. et al (2011) Priority Actions for Non-Communicable Diseases Lancet Vol. 377 Issue 9775, pp 1430-1447
Caldwell J. (2001) Population Health in Transition Bulletin of WHO Vol. 79 No 4?Dyson T. (2010) Population and Development: the demographic transition London, Zed Press
Golden I. & Reinhart K. (2012) Globalization for Development (EBook) Oxford, Oxford University Press
Barratt R. et al (2007) The Environment, Risk and Public Health Milton Keynes, OUP
Berridge V. & Gorsky M. (eds.) (2012) Environment, Health and History EBook, Basingstoke, Palgrave Macmillan
McNally M. (ed.) (2002) Life Support: the Environment and Human Health Cambridge Mass MIT Press Electronic Resource
Global Environmental Health http://www.niehs.nih.gov/research/programs/geh/?Huynen M. et al (2005) The Health Impacts of Globalization: a conceptual framework Globalization and Health Vol.1, Issue 14
Hanefield J. (ed.) (2015) Globalization and Health Maidenhead, McGraw Hill
McCracken K. (2012) Global Health: An introduction to current and future trends Oxon, Routledge
Parker R. & Sommer M. (eds.) (2011) Routledge Handbook in Global Health London, Routledge
Woodward D et al (2001) Global Health: A framework for analysis Bulletin of WHO, Vol. 79, No 9, pp 875- 881 http://www.who.int/bulletin/archives/79(9)875.pdf
WHO Environmental Health Topics http://www.who.int/topics/environmental_health/en/

Journals:
Social Science and Medicine (Hard and Electronic) http://www.journals.elsevier.com/social-science-and-medicine
Global Health Promotion http://ped.sagepub.com/content/current?Globalizations (Electronic) http://www.tandfonline.com/toc/rglo20/current?Global Public Health http://www.tandfonline.com/action/showMostReadArticles?journalCode=rgph20
Globalization and Health (Electronic) http://www.globalizationandhealth.com/?The Journal of Global Health http://www.ghjournal.org/?The Lancet – Global Health Series http://www.thelancet.com/journals/langlo/latestcontent?Plos Medicine http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/issues/210753/