John C. Cassel


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Web pages

  • Theodore M. Brown and Elizabeth Fee. Sidney Kark and John Cassel: Social Medicine Pioneers and South African Emigrés. Am J Public Health 2002(Nov);92(11):1744-1745 (link)
  • Michael A. Ibrahim, Berton H. Kaplan, Ralph C. Patrick, Cecil Slome, Herman A. Tyroler, Robert N. Wilson. The legacy of John C. Cassel. Am J Epidemiol (1980) 112 (1): (link)
  • Selected annotated publications of John C. Cassel (link)
  • S. Leonard Syme. Historical Perspective: The social determinants of disease some roots of the movement. Epidemiologic Perspectives & Innovations 2005, 2:2 (link)
  • Craig R. Janes, ed. Anthopology and Epidemiology. Kluwer Academic Publishers 1986. (link)
  • John Cassel. Social science theory as a source of hypotheses in epidemiological research. Am J Public Health and the Nation's Health. 1964 September; 54(9): 14821488. (link)
  • Lisa F. Berkman, Ichiro Kawachi. Social Epidemiology. Oxford, 2000 (link)
  • Japhet Killewo, Kristian Heggenhougen, Stella R. Quah. Epidemiology and Demography in Public Health. Academic Press, 2010. (link)
  • Julie Cwikel. Social epidemiology: strategies for public health activism. Columbia University Press, 2006 (link)
  • Sir Michael Marmot Interview: Conversations with History; Institute of International Studies, UC Berkeley (link)
  • George Weisz, Jesse Olszynko-Gryn. The theory of epidemiologic transition: the origins of a citation classic. Journal of the History of Medicine and Allied Sciences July 2010;65 (see pages 300-) Downloaded from (link)
  • James A. Trostle. Epidemiology and culture. Cambridge University Press, 2005 (link)

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