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Health: A gendered agenda?

Priya Lall | Ahmad Fuad Rahmat | Sharaad Kuttan

25-Mar-15 21:00

Health: A gendered agenda?

Our bodies are gendered, marked with various norms, mores and social expectations. These have implications far beyond medicine and it is in this circumstance that we understand what's healthy and what's not. Priya Lall joins us this week to help us make sense of it all, with particular focus on Asia.

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Tags:  GenderHealthCultureMedicinePriya LallAsiaSocial expectationsNormsSexEqualityInequalityOppressionBodyPatriarchyLifestyleLifeEducationSocietySocial issuesSocialEconomicsEconomicalInfrastructureNight School

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