Living the Social Determinants of Health: Assemblages in a Remote Aboriginal Community
This article provides a critical discussion of the social determinants of health framework and compares it with theoretical perspectives, such as that offered by assemblage theory, offering an alternative view of the complex interplay between human relationships and the structures around us. We offer an ethnographic perspective, discussing the lived experiences of the social determinants in an Indigenous community in a remote part of northern Australia.
Chenhall, R. & Senior, K. (2018). Living the Social Determinants of Health: Assemblages in a Remote Aboriginal Community. Medical Anthropology Quarterly, 32 (2), 177-195.