Values

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Concepts used to explain how and why things matter. Values are involved wherever we distinguish between things good and bad, better or worse. Values are characterized as scientific, professional, cultural, social, personal, family, religious, and organic (for example, health). Scientific values include: objectivity, accuracy, generalizability, validity and others. Values are pervasive in epidemiology and public health.


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