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Syndemic

In: Encyclopedia of Evaluation

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Edited by: Sandra Mathison Published: 2005
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Anthropologist Merrill Singer coined the term syndemic in the early 1990s to describe the mutually reinforcing nature of health crises, such as substance abuse, violence, and AIDS, that take hold in communities with harsh and inequitable living conditions. Observers throughout history ...

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