2015
DOI: 10.1590/s0080-623420150000100017
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Abstract: This article aims to discuss the concepts of Social Determination of Health and Social Determinants of Health, by establishing a comparison between each of their guiding perspectives and investigating their implications on the development of health policies and health actions. We propose a historical and conceptual reflection, highlighting the Theory on the Social Production of Health, followed by a debate on the concepts, with a comparative approach among them.

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“…Furthermore, it is possible that EE includes components that may act as factors of protection or that in isolation it may be insufficient to predict the occurrence of relapses and should be understood as a multi-factorial phenomenon. Among the factors that may influence relapses, social determinants of health can be highlighted as their impact may influence psychological states triggering the disorder (22) . Cultural questions, as well as social determinants of health, such as socio-economic and educational factors, strongly influence the home environment and family relationships, as indicators of tolerance levels between the family member and the patient (22)(23) .…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 99%
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“…Furthermore, it is possible that EE includes components that may act as factors of protection or that in isolation it may be insufficient to predict the occurrence of relapses and should be understood as a multi-factorial phenomenon. Among the factors that may influence relapses, social determinants of health can be highlighted as their impact may influence psychological states triggering the disorder (22) . Cultural questions, as well as social determinants of health, such as socio-economic and educational factors, strongly influence the home environment and family relationships, as indicators of tolerance levels between the family member and the patient (22)(23) .…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Among the factors that may influence relapses, social determinants of health can be highlighted as their impact may influence psychological states triggering the disorder (22) . Cultural questions, as well as social determinants of health, such as socio-economic and educational factors, strongly influence the home environment and family relationships, as indicators of tolerance levels between the family member and the patient (22)(23) . Understanding of these aspects is essential to evaluate how different contexts influence levels of expressed emotion and prognosis of the disease (23) .…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Por otra parte, el hecho de que los casos presentaran un nivel socioeconómico bajo y una mala calidad de la vivienda en mayor proporción que los controles, sugiere una determinación social del riesgo y la pobreza estructural (33), en la que variables como el nivel medio de ingresos no reflejan la capacidad real de respuesta del grupo ni sirven como controles de la variable de confusión, mientras que el nivel educativo y la calidad de la vivienda pueden ser factores asociados a dicha determinación (34). En este sentido, la adopción del grupo doméstico en lugar del caso individual como unidad de análisis (aunque el apareamiento casos-control fue individual), implica la perspectiva de la exposición doméstica, la 'construcción' del concepto de riesgo y su manejo social.…”
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“…In the Collective Health perspective, health care social practice is aimed to emancipate the people assisted, whose needs are much wider than individual's illness cure or rehabilitation. In Collective Health the labour process is oriented to transform the epidemiologic profiles of the population grounded on the understanding of health‐illness process as socially determined, instrumentalized by Critical Epidemiology (as opposed to traditional Epidemiology). Coherently, the objective of Collective Health practices is to provide knowledge to the population as an instrument to social participation in public policy development and implementation…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 99%