From the New Deal to Neoliberalism: Why Sociopolitical F actors Matter for Maternal , Infant and Child Health—A Critical Review. Authors Stephen Nkansah-Amankra, PhD Central Michigan University, College of Health Professions Reuben Miller, PhD University of Michigan.
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Stephen Nkansah-Amankra, PhD
Central Michigan University, College of Health Professions
Reuben Miller, PhD
University of Michigan
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These are all linked to negative public health outcomes
We examine two contrasting periods:
-Relatively high infant and maternal mortalities
-Unsafe working conditions
- High Poverty
These are definitely beyond the control of individual mothers
The response was improvement of the social conditions of childbirth and working environment for children.