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Andrew Balmer and Anne Murcott

health to contribute to our understanding of etiology, we need a tight focus on the pathways that lead from social and economic disadvantage to poor health, particularly if we are to meet the requirement that social causes of inequalities in health must be biologically plausible.’ (Nazroo, 2003 : 277 and 283) Each of these quotations involves a number of propositions. The second quotation, for instance, is from Michel Foucault and deals with his general programme of research into power and social order. This quotation can be separated out into

in The craft of writing in sociology