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Eckersley, R. 2015. Beyond inequality: Acknowledging the complexity of social determinants of health. Social Science & Medicine, 147, 121-125. Full paper.

Eckersley, R. 2012. The science and politics of population health: Giving health a greater role in public policy. Australia 21, Canberra. (This is a reprint of a 2011 paper in WebmedCentral, plus reviews and commentaries.) Full paper.

*Eckersley R. 2011. The science and politics of population health: Giving health a greater role in public policy. WebmedCentral PUBLIC HEALTH 2011; 2(3):WMC001697. Full paper.

*Eckersley R. 2010. Population health: a forgotten dimension of social resilience. In Cork S (Ed). Resilience and Transformation: Preparing Australia for Uncertain Futures. CSIRO Publishing, Melbourne, pp. 115-120. Full paper.

Eckersley R, Reeder L. 2008. Violence in public places: Explanations and solutions. Australia 21 Ltd, Canberra. Full report.

*Eckersley R. 2007. Culture. In Galea S (Ed). Macrosocial Determinants of Population Health. Springer, New York, pp. 193-209. Full paper.

Eckersley R. 2007. Culture, spirituality, religion and health: Looking at the big picture. Medical Journal of Australia, vol. 186, no.10, pp. S54-S56. Full paper.

Eckersley R. 2006. Author’s response: Culture can be studied at both large and small scales. International Journal of Epidemiology, vol. 35, pp.263-265. Full paper.

*Eckersley R. 2006. Is modern Western culture a health hazard? International Journal of Epidemiology, vol. 35, pp. 252-258. Full paper.

Eckersley R. 2005. ‘Cultural fraud’: The role of culture in drug abuse. Drug and Alcohol Review, vol. 24, pp.157-63Full paper.

Eckersley R. 2001, Losing the battle of the bulge: causes and consequences of increasing obesity. Medical Journal of Australia, vol. 174, pp. 590-592. Full paper.

*Eckersley R. 2001, Culture, health and well-being. In Eckersley R, Dixon J, Douglas B (Eds). The Social Origins of Health and Well-being. CambridgeUniversity Press, Cambridge, pp. 51-70. Full paper.