Centre for Studies in Religion & Society
Public Health in the Age of Anxiety
Religious and Cultural Roots of Vaccine Hesitancy in Canada
Ed. by Bramadat, Paul / Guay, Maryse / Bettinger, Julie / Roy, Rêal
Pilot project. eBook available to selected libraries only.
Aims and Scope
Public Health in the Age of Anxiety enhances both the public and scholarly understanding of the motivations behind vaccine hesitancy in Canada.
- 408 pages
- 4 Figures
- UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO PRESS
- College/higher education;Professional and scholarly;
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"Public Health in the Age of Anxiety beautifully captures a tangled web of features and factors that contribute to the suboptimal use of immunizations. The authors demonstrate considerable expertise and sophistication in their respective analyses of this newsworthy subject matter, and fill an important gap in the literature. It is a valuable resource for any professional involved in immunization, and provides the best, bar none, overview of the issue in all its complexity."