HIAT SECTION 1 CASE STUDIES: MAPPING INEQUALITIES RELEVANT TO RESEARCH
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Hesitancy in the time of coronavirus: Temporal, spatial, and sociodemographic variations in COVID-19 vaccine hesitancy
This case study illustrates how studies using secondary quantitative survey data can frame research questions to illuminate both patterns of inequalities within and across social categories and some of the potential structural drivers of these.
Applying an equity lens to the measurement and social distribution of a particular health issue: which groups (defined by social categories) are obese?
This case study reveals the benefits of careful consideration of the equity dimensions of the topic you wish to study including approaches to measurement and illustrates the implications of context mapping for question formulation, study design, analysis and policy/practice recommendations.
Mapping the factors shaping experience and impacts of place stigma
This case study highlights the benefits of mapping the potential aspects of social inequalities that could be relevant to the topic you are interested in and describes some of the approaches that can be used.