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Social and administrative aspects of the “Healthy Cities” project: sociological analysis
Koval'zhina Larisa Sergeevna

PhD in Sociology

Docent, the department of Management in Fuel and Energy Complex, Tyumen Industrial University

625000, Russia, Tyumenskaya oblast', g. Tyumen', ul. Volodarskogo, 38

kls77@mail.ru
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Abstract.

This article presents the analysis of sociological discourse on the fundamental aspects of the “Healthy Cities” project; discusses the peculiarities of the World Health Organization “Healthy Cities” strategy; technologies of formation of the created on its basis programs on preservation of health of the urban population. The importance of the political and legislative factor impacting people’s health and inequality with regards to health maintenance is revealed. The subject of this research is the projects aimed at preservation of health of the city dwellers and overcoming of inequality related to health, developed on the basis of the World Health Organization “Healthy Cities” concept. The author applies the theoretical-methodological analysis, secondary data analysis of the sociological study “Moscow is a Healthy City” (Russian Public Opinion Research Center, 2018)’; as well as survey results, conducted by the author in 2013 and 2017 among the schoolers, university students, and their parents of Tyumen Region, on the questions of health maintenance. The main conclusion consists in consideration of the socio-biological gradient in formation of inequalities with regards to health among the representatives of different social groups. The author emphasizes the effectiveness of the “Healthy Cities” project in Moscow; as well as discusses the strategies on preservation of health among the population of Tyumen Region. The results of the conducted sociological study on living a healthy lifestyle demonstrate an accurate correlation between the increasing level of education and the number of those adopting a healthy lifestyle. Such project is relevant for not only large cities, but also rural areas with certain adjustment to the local specificities and tasks.

Keywords: public policy, public health, prevention, social groups, health inequalities, World Health Organization, Healthy City, health, health factors, social inequality

DOI:

10.7256/2310-8673.2019.3.30083

Article was received:

24-06-2019


Review date:

26-06-2019


Publish date:

27-06-2019


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