Globalisierung und Gesundheit

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Zusammenfassung

  • Welches sind die großen Gesundheitsprobleme weltweit?

  • Was ist Globalisierung und wie hängt sie mit Gesundheit zusammen?

  • Welche Rolle spielen dabei die wirtschaftlichen Verhältnisse?

  • Welche Ansätze werden zur Verbesserung der globalen Gesundheit diskutiert?

Globalisierung bezeichnet die verschiedenen Prozesse, durch die geografisch getrennt lebende Bevölkerungen in engeren Kontakt kommen, wodurch sich eine Weltgesellschaft herausbildet (Giddens & Sutton 2014).

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.BielefeldDeutschland
  2. 2.HeidelbergDeutschland

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