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Modernity, Medicine and Health

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This text seeks to enable medical sociology to establish a voice in key debates in the social sciences. These debates concern modernity, postmodernity, structuralism and poststructuralism as they relate to medical sociology. Topics include: disease and medicine in postmodern times; gender, health and the feminist debate; the sociology of health and ageing; medicine and complementary medicine; and death in postmodernity.

Author Biography

Graham Scambler is Reader in Sociology and Director of the Unit of Medical Sociology at University College London. Paul Higgs is Lecturer in Medical Sociology also at University College London.
Release date NZ
April 23rd, 1998
Contributors
Edited by Graham Scambler Edited by Paul Higgs
Country of Publication
United Kingdom
Imprint
Routledge
Pages
264
ISBN-13
9780415149396
Product ID
1678909

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