- Words: 1814
- Length: 6 Pages
- Topic: Healthcare
- Paper #: 33343970
It is evident that poor people, who have a low purchasing power and low production of foodstuffs, will be subject to malnutrition as compared to their counterparts, who have massive income and high production of foodstuffs.
The study of sociology is relevant to aiding in the understanding of health in as far as social factors are concerned. In trying to understand the sociological aspect of health, one needs to take