How does the interactionist perspective explain deviations?

Sociological Perspectives on Health and Disease

Literature:

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Internet addresses:

www.dgms.de (German Society for Medical Sociology)
www.dgsmedsoz.blogspot.com (Medical and Health Sociology Section of the German Society for Sociology [DGS])
www.dgsmp.de (German Society for Social Medicine and Prevention e.V. [DGSMP])
www.eshms.eu (European Society of Medical Sociology [ESMS])

References:

Empowerment / enabling, health reporting, health-related community work, participation: codecision by citizens, risk factors and risk factor model, self-help, self-help groups and self-help promotion, social networks and network promotion, social inequality and health / illness, social support, social capital, stress and coping with stress