Article ID: CBB000065388

Diagnosis, death, and diet: The case of London, 1750-1909 (1988)


Description Challenges the statistical techniques used in Mary Kibourne Matossian's, “Death in London, 1750-1909”, J. Interdis. Hist., 1985, 16: 183-197.

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Authors & Contributors
Woods, Robert
Woodward, John
Luckin, Bill
Szreter, Simon
Mooney, Graham
Forbes, Thomas Rogers
Social History of Medicine
Journal of Historical Geography
Journal of Interdisciplinary History
Journal of the History of Medicine and Allied Sciences
Proceedings of the ... International Congress of the History of Science
International Review of Social History
Batsford Academic
Science History
Centre for Economic Policy Research
Liverpool University Press
Medical statistics
Hawkins, Francis Bisset
Vierhaus, Rudolf
Time Periods
19th century
British Isles
St. Bartholomew's Hospital (London)

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