診断の社会学<br>Sociology of Diagnosis (Advances in Medical Sociology) (1ST)

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診断の社会学
Sociology of Diagnosis (Advances in Medical Sociology) (1ST)

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  • 製本 Hardcover:ハードカバー版/ページ数 362 p.
  • 言語 ENG
  • 商品コード 9780857245755
  • DDC分類 301

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Diagnosis is central to medical practice, medical knowledge and research, medicalization dynamics, and health and illness experience. Embedded in social relations, diagnoses reflect and shape social dynamics and cultural concerns. Diagnoses are integral to resource allocation, form the basis for identities, and may become a focal point of turf battles and contested authority. Some diagnoses are willingly embraced, whereas others are strenuously resisted. Some diagnoses come and go as fashions; others persist. A sociological approach to diagnosis therefore occupies a complex intersection of diverse subfields including medical sociology, sociology of knowledge, mental health, deviance, social control, sociology of science, social movements, the body, sexualities, gender, and health and illness. This volume explores the breadth of diagnosis and diagnoses through empirical reports, conceptual work, and theoretical statements from diverse perspectives. Reflecting the multi-faceted nature of the emerging field, the book is arranged in five sections: Frameworks, Context, Contestation, Identity, and Social Control. Sociology of Diagnosis thus provides both a starting point for discussion and means with which to organize the nascent conceptual landscape.

Table of Contents

        List Of Contributors                       ix
Acknowledgments xi
Preface xiii
Introduction: Looking Within From Without xxix
PART I FRAMEWORKS
Sociology Of Diagnosis: A Preliminary Review 3 (30)
Annemarie Jutel
Diagnosis And Medicalization 33 (26)
Karl Bryant
Defining Social Illness In A Diagnostic 59 (26)
World: Trauma And The Cultural Logic Of
Posttraumatic Stress Disorder
Thomas DeGloma
PART II CONTEXT
Resisting American Psychiatry: French 85 (26)
Opposition To Dsm-Iii, Biological
Reductionism, And The Pharmaceutical Ethos
Manuel Vallee
Labeling, Looping, And Social Control: 111 (22)
Contextualizing Diagnosis In Mental Health
Care
Kerry Dobransky
From Talk To Action: Mapping The Diagnostic 133 (22)
Process In Psychiatry
Rebecca Godderis
PART III CONTESTATION
"Dsd Is A Perfectly Fine Term": Reasserting 155 (28)
Medical Authority Through A Shift In
Intersex Terminology
Georgiann Davis
Resisting Pathology: Gid And The Contested 183 (28)
Terrain Of Diagnosis In The Transgender
Rights Movement
Mary C. Burke
Navigating Professional Knowledges: Lay 211 (24)
Techniques For The Management Of
Conflictual Diagnosis In An Ad/Hd Support
Group
Paul C. Fuller
PART IV IDENTITY
The Vanishing Diagnosis Of Asperger'S 235 (24)
Disorder
Jennifer S. Singh
Hidden Diagnosis: Attention Deficit 259 (22)
Hyperactivity Disorder From A Child'S
Perspective
Elizabeth H. Bringewatt
Sick But Legitimate? Gender Identity 281 (28)
Disorder And A New Gender Identity Category
In Japan
Satoko Itani
PART V SOCIAL CONTROL
Diagnosing The Criminal Addict: 309 (22)
Biochemistry In The Service Of The State
Sarah Whetstone
Teresa Gowan
Troubling Diagnoses 331
P.J. McGann