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예방의학회지 = Korean journal of preventive medicine v.35 no.1, 2002년, pp.76 - 82   피인용횟수: 16

직업, 교육수준 그리고 물질적 결핍이 사망률에 미치는 영향
The Relationships of Occupational Class Educational Level and Deprivation with Mortality in Korea

손미아   (한림대학교 한강성심병원 산업의학센터HH0000175  );
  • 초록

    Objective : To investigate the relationships of occupational class, educational level and deprivation with mortality in Korea Methods : This study used existing South Korean national data on occupation, educational level, and deprivation and death. Mortality was investigated using registered death data from 1993 to 1997 obtained from the Korean National Statistics Office (NSO) with denominators drawn from the 1995 Census. Statistical analysis consisted of poisson regression modeling and multilevel analysis. Results : The lower occupational class (manual workers) group had a higher mortality rate than the higher occupational class (non-manual workers) group Educational level, and deprivation were both inversely related withand mortality. Occupation was strongly associated with education. Area-based deprivation indicators and individual indices for social class made an independent contribution to the mortality risk. Conclusions : The findings of this study suggests that the relationships of occupational class, educational level and deprivation with mortality appears to be stronger in Korea than in European countries.


  • 주제어

    Occupational class .   Education .   Deprivation .   Mortality.  

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