In order for a social variable to qualify as a cause of mortality, Link and Phelan hypothesize that it must meet four criteria. List those criteria. Does “social class” meet

In order for a social variable to qualify as a cause of mortality, Link and Phelan hypothesize that it must meet four criteria. List those criteria. Does “social class” meet these criteria? How so, or why not?
Discuss the Whitehall studies conducted by Marmot. What were the main findings in terms of social class and health?


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