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What is the Evidence that Differences in ‘Control Over Destiny’ Lead to Socioeconomic Inequalities in Health? A Theory-led Systematic Review of High-quality Longitudinal Studies on Pathways in the Living Environment

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2019

This article discusses a study of the potential pathways by which low control in the living environment might explain the social patterning of health via low control beliefs and low actual control.

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