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Summary article Hagger & Weed (2019)
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Summary of the article ‘DEBATE: Do interventions based on behavioral theory work in the real world?’ by Hagger & Weed, 2019. This is reading material for week 6 of the course Comparative Health Problems and Policies at WUR, which is one of the compulsory courses in period 2 of the master MHS.

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Summary of the article ‘Theories of practice and public health: understanding (un) healthy practices’ by Blue, Shove, Carmona, & Kelly (2016). This is reading material for week 6 of the course Comparative Health Problems and Policies at WUR, which is one of the compulsory courses in period 2 of the master MHS.

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Summary Comparative Health Problems and Policies - CHL32306
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This summary contains summaries of the articles: - Chapter 1– Best, J. (2013) Social Problems. - Chapter 2– Best, J. (2013) Social Problems. - Goodley, D. (2016). Disability studies: An interdisciplinary introduction. Sage. Chapter 1 - Chapter 4 – Best, J. (2013) Social Problems. Batstra, L., Nieweg, E. H., & Hadders, Algra, M. (2014). Exploring five common assumptions on Attention Deficit HyperactivityD isorder. Acta Paediatrica, 103(7), 696-700. - Faulkner, A. (2017). Survivor research a...

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Summary article Van der Horst, Pascucci, & Bol (2014)
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Summary of the article ‘The “dark side” of food banks? Exploring emotional responses of food bank receivers in the Netherlands’ by Van der Horst, Pascucci, & Bol (2014). This is reading material for week 5 of the course Comparative Health Problems and Policies at WUR, which is one of the compulsory courses in period 2 of the master MHS. I tried to summarise the article as compact (but still complete) as possible, so the end product is just over 3 pages :)

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Summary CH4 Best (2013)
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Summary of Chapter 4: Experts as Claimsmakers by Best (2013). This is reading material for week 3 of the course Comparative Health Problems and Policies at WUR, which is one of the compulsory courses in period 2 of the master MHS. I included a figure too, which makes the summary just over 3 pages.

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