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Modernity, Medicine and Health

Edited by Paul Higgs, Graham Scambler

Routledge – 1998 – 264 pages

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    April 23rd 1998
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Description

This book establishes the voice of medical sociology in key debates in the social sciences. Concerning modernity, postmodernity, structuralism and poststructuralism issues covered include:

* disease and medicine in postmodern times

* gender, health and the feminist debate on the postmodern

* ageing, the lifecourse and the sociology of health and ageing

* medicine and complementary medicine

* death in postmodernity.

Author Bio

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.

Name: Modernity, Medicine and Health (Paperback)Routledge 
Description: Edited by Paul Higgs, Graham Scambler. This book establishes the voice of medical sociology in key debates in the social sciences. Concerning modernity, postmodernity, structuralism and poststructuralism issues covered include: * disease and medicine in postmodern times * gender, health and...
Categories: Sociology of Health and Illness, Health & Illness, Medicine - Sociology, Medical Sociology