导言

历史和比较视阈下的煤炭开采、健康、伤残和身体

Translated title of the contribution: Introduction: Coal mining, health, disability and body under historical and comparative perspectives

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Work can actually lead to illness, disability and death. Historically, health and safety issues have been an important aspect of public health, a situation that has been common in many countries around the world, and injuries, deaths and poor health have become and will continue to be disease, disability and poverty. important reason. Peter Dorman is just as good as the description, the workers "take risk exchanges for their livelihood every day". This is even more pronounced in coal mining – a globally linked industry that is associated with very high levels of occupational death, illness and disability. Today, there are approximately 300 million people engaged in mining work worldwide, of which coal mining workers account for one third.
Original languageChinese
Pages (from-to)3-12
Number of pages10
JournalJournal of the Social History of Medicine and Health
Volume4
Issue number1
Publication statusPublished - 30 Jun 2019

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Keywords

  • coal mining
  • health of workers
  • public health

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McIvor, A. (2019). 导言: 历史和比较视阈下的煤炭开采、健康、伤残和身体. Journal of the Social History of Medicine and Health, 4(1), 3-12.
McIvor, Arthur. / 导言 : 历史和比较视阈下的煤炭开采、健康、伤残和身体. In: Journal of the Social History of Medicine and Health. 2019 ; Vol. 4, No. 1. pp. 3-12.
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导言 : 历史和比较视阈下的煤炭开采、健康、伤残和身体. / McIvor, Arthur.

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McIvor A. 导言: 历史和比较视阈下的煤炭开采、健康、伤残和身体. Journal of the Social History of Medicine and Health. 2019 Jun 30;4(1):3-12.