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Benjamins, MR., and De Maio, FG. (eds.) (2021). Unequal Cities: Structural Racism and the Death Gap in America's Largest Cities. Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press.
De Maio, FG., Shah, R.C., Mazzeo, J., & Ansell, D. (eds.) (2019).
Community Health Equity: A Chicago Reader. Chicago: University of Chicago Press.
De Maio, FG, Llovet, I., & Dinardi, G. (eds.)(2019).
Latin American Perspectives on the Sociology of Health and Illness. London: Routledge
De Maio, FG. (2014).
Global Health Inequities: A Sociological Perspective. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan.
De Maio, FG. (2010).
Health & Social Theory. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan.
De Maio, FG, and Ansell, D. (2018) "As natural as the air around us": On the origin and development of the concept of structural violence in health research.
International Journal of Health Services.
De Maio, FG, Llovet, I, and Dinardi, D. (2017). Latin American health sociology.
Health Sociology Review, 26(3): 221-223.
De Maio, FG, Shah, RC, Schipper, K., Gurdiel, R. & Ansell, D. (2017). Racial/ethnic minority segregation and low birth weight: a comparative study of Chicago and Toronto community-level indicators.
Critical Public Health, 27(5): 541-553.
De Maio, FG & Shah, RC. (2016). A community response to a public health advertisement.
American Journal of Public Health, 106(11): 1979.
De Maio, FG., Konfino, J., Ondarsuhu, D., Goldberg, L., Linetzky, B., Ferrante, D. (2015). Sex-stratified and age-adjusted social gradients in tobacco in Argentina and Uruguay: evidence from the Global Adult Tobacco Survey (GATS).
Tobacco Control, 24(6): 562-7.
Konfino, J., De Maio, FG, Ondarsuhu, D., Goldberg, L., Ferrante, D., and Linetzky, B. (2015). The sociodemographic patterning of opposition to raising taxes on tobacco and restricting tobacco advertisements in Argentina.
Public Health, 129(4): 364-9.
De Maio, FG, Llovet, I., & Dinardi, G. (2014). Chagas disease in non-endemic countries: ‘sick immigrant’ phobia or a public health concern?
Critical Public Health, 24(3): 372-380.
De Maio, FG. (2014). Regression analysis and the sociological imagination.
Teaching Statistics, 36(2): 52-57.