健康と病気:読本<br>The Sociology of Health and Illness : A Reader (Routledge Student Readers)

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健康と病気:読本
The Sociology of Health and Illness : A Reader (Routledge Student Readers)

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  • 製本 Hardcover:ハードカバー版/ページ数 300 p.
  • 言語 ENG
  • 商品コード 9780415257558
  • DDC分類 306.461

基本説明

Sections: health beliefs and knowledge/ inequalities and patterning of health and illness/ professional and patient interaction/ chronic illness and disability/ evaluation and politics in health care.

Full Description


A wide-ranging collection of both classic writings and more recent articles in the sociology of health and illness, this reader is organized into the following sections: * health beliefs and knowledge* inequalities and patterning of health and illness* professional and patient interaction* chronic illness and disability* evaluation and politics in health care. With a thorough introduction which sets the scene for the field as a whole, and section introductions which contextualize each chapter, the reader includes a number of different perspectives on health and illness, is international in scope, and will provide an invaluable resource to students across a wide range of courses in sociology and the social sciences.

Table of Contents

List of illustrations                              ix
Notes on contributors xi
Series editor's preface xiv
Acknowledgements xvi
Michael Bury and Jonathan Gabe
GENERAL INTRODUCTION 1 (22)
PART ONE Health beliefs and knowledge 23 (72)
1 Claudine Herzlich
THE INDIVIDUAL, THE WAY OF LIFE AND THE 27 (9)
GENESIS OF ILLNESS
2 Mildred Blaxter
WHY DO THE VICTIMS BLAME THEMSELVES? 36 (11)
3 Charlie Davison, George Davey Smith and
Stephen Frankel
LAY EPIDEMIOLOGY AND THE PREVENTION 47 (12)
PARADOX: THE IMPLICATIONS OF CORONARY
CANDIDACY FOR HEALTH EDUCATION
4 Michael Calnan
"LIFESTYLE" AND ITS SOCIAL MEANING 59 (10)
5 Phil Brown
POPULAR EPIDEMIOLOGY, TOXIC WASTE AND 69 (13)
SOCIAL MOVEMENTS
6 Evelyn Parsons and Paul Atkinson
LAY CONSTRUCTIONS OF GENETIC RISK 82 (13)
PART TWO Inequalities and patterning of health 95 (78)
and illness
7 Lisa F. Berkman, Thomas Glass, Ian
Brissette and Teresa E. Seeman
FROM SOCIAL INTEGRATION TO HEALTH: 99 (13)
DURKHEIM IN THE NEW MILLENNIUM
8 Richard G. Wilkinson
THE EPIDEMIOLOGICAL TRANSITION: FROM 112(10)
MATERIAL SCARCITY TO SOCIAL DISADVANTAGE?
9 Denny V虍er and Raymond Illsley
EXPLAINING HEALTH INEQUALITIES: BEYOND 122(12)
BLACK AND BARKER
10 M.E.J. Wadsworth
HEALTH INEQUALITIES IN THE LIFE COURSE 134(11)
PERSPECTIVE
11 James Y. Nazroo
GENETIC, CULTURAL OR SOCIO-ECONOMIC 145(16)
VULNERABILITY? EXPLAINING ETHNIC
INEQUALITIES IN HEALTH
12 Sally Macintyre, Kate Hunt and Helen
Sweeting
GENDER DIFFERENCES IN HEALTH: ARE THINGS 161(12)
REALLY AS SIMPLE AS THEY SEEM?
PART THREE Professional and patient interaction 173(70)
13 Eliot Freidson
THE SOCIAL ORGANIZATION OF ILLNESS 177(8)
14 Ellen Annandale
WORKING ON THE FRONT-LINE: RISK CULTURE 185(12)
AND NURSING IN THE NEW NHS
15 Deborah Lupton
CONSUMERISM, REFLEXIVITY AND THE MEDICAL 197(13)
ENCOUNTER
16 David Silverman
GOING PRIVATE: CEREMONIAL FORMS INA 210(11)
MEDICAL ONCOLOGY CLINIC
17 Sarah Cant and Ursula Sharma
A NEW MEDICAL PLURALISM? 221(8)
18 Cathy Charles, Amiram Gafni and Tim Whelan
DECISION MAKING IN THE PHYSICIAN-PATIENT 229(14)
ENCOUNTER: REVISITING THE SHARED
TREATMENT DECISION-MAKING MODEL
PART FOUR Chronic illness and disability 243(72)
19 Gareth Williams
THE GENESIS OF CHRONIC ILLNESS: NARRATIVE 247(9)
RECONSTRUCTION
20 Michael P. Kelly and David Field
MEDICAL SOCIOLOGY, CHRONIC ILLNESS AND 256(10)
THE BODY
21 Michael Bury
DEFINING AND RESEARCHING DISABILITY: 266(11)
CHALLENGES AND RESPONSES
22 Mike Oliver
DEFINING IMPAIRMENT AND DISABILITY: 277(14)
ISSUES AT STAKE
23 Dani鑞e Carricaburu and Janine Pierret
FROM BIOGRAPHICAL DISRUPTION TO 291(13)
BIOGRAPHICAL REINFORCEMENT: THE CASE OF
HIV-POSITIVE MEN
24 Arthur Frank
WHEN BODIES NEED VOICES 304(11)
PART FIVE Evaluation and politics of health care 315(66)
25 Jonathan Gabe
CONTINUITY AND CHANGE IN THE BRITISH 319(10)
NATIONAL HEALTH SERVICE
26 Stephen Harrison
THE POLITICS OF EVIDENCE-BASED MEDICINE 329(12)
IN THE UNITED KINGDOM
27 Donald W. Light and David Hughes
A SOCIOLOGICAL PERSPECTIVE ON RATIONING: 341(12)
POWER, RHETORIC AND SITUATED PRACTICES
28 Ray Fitzpatrick and Mary Boulton
QUALITATIVE METHODS FOR ASSESSING HEALTH 353(12)
CARE
29 Alistair Howitt and David Armstrong
IMPLEMENTING EVIDENCE-BASED MEDICINE IN 365(7)
GENERAL PRACTICE: AUDIT AND QUALITATIVE
STUDY OF ANTITHROMBOTIC TREATMENT FOR
ATRIAL FIBRILLATION
30 Katie Featherstone and Jenny L. Donovan
RANDOM ALLOCATION OR ALLOCATION AT 372(9)
RANDOM? PATIENTS' PERSPECTIVES OF
PARTICIPATION IN A RANDOMISED CONTROLLED
TRIAL
Index 381