Investigating the effects of temporal and interpersonal relative deprivation on health in China
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AbstractWe argue that in addition to interpersonal relative deprivation, it is important to examine how temporal relative deprivation influences health, especially in rapidly changing societies such as China. We develop four competing hypotheses regarding the possible effects of temporal relative deprivation on health. Moreover, we propose that temporal relative deprivation may confound the health effects of interpersonal relative deprivation, and for the sake of conceptual clarity, temporal relative deprivation needs to be accounted for in the examination of interpersonal relative deprivation.
All Author(s) ListJin L, Tam T
Journal nameSocial Science and Medicine
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Volume Number143
Pages26 - 35
LanguagesEnglish-United Kingdom
KeywordsChina; Heath inequality; Interpersonal relative deprivation; Social mobility; Subjective social status; Temporal relative deprivation
Web of Science Subject CategoriesBiomedical Social Sciences; Public, Environmental & Occupational Health; Social Sciences, Biomedical

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