5 edition of Social Lives of Medicines (Cambridge Studies in Medical Anthropology) found in the catalog.
March 24, 2003
by Cambridge University Press
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||208|
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In Whyte et al.’s book, three categories of social actors are discussed in whose ‘shadow’ medicines assume particular meanings or ‘lives’: consumers (including mothers of sick children in the Philippines, villagers in Burkina Faso, sleepless Dutch women, and sceptical consumers in London); providers (including drug vendors on a. The present book, Lives in Medicine, is part of this series, and others are planned. I hope that they will make a small contribution to cultural history. Other books and articles about global.
the major events of their lives. This book will help social workers, other child care professionals and parents learn to prepare life books for and with a child. A life book— a written record of a child’s life history—gives a foster or adoptive child the same information concerning his socialFile Size: 1MB. Craig Murray / Whistle Blower / Ex-British Ambassador for UK's Foreign and Commonwealth Office (FCO).
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The focus of this book is medicines (swallowed, injected, rubbed on), as understood by anthropologists concerned solely with their social uses. The text begins with examples of a mother medicating a child in various cultural contexts and ends with a broad review of the complex elements that determine the production and use of by: This book is in copyright.
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The focus of this Social Lives of Medicines book is medicines (swallowed, injected, rubbed on), as understood by anthropologists concerned solely with their social uses.
The text begins with examples of a mother medicating a child in various cultural contexts and ends with a broad review of the complex elements that determine the production and use of medicines/5(10).
Medicines are more than chemical substances with medical effects. They have social lives because they move between people; they carry meaning and offer possibilities for communication and control. PDF | On Jan 1,A.
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Medicines are typically thought of as chemical structures with biological effects on the ill. But medicines are also material things with cultural and symbolic this ground breaking work, the authors propose that we think about ‘the social lives of medicines’.
Social Lives of Medicines (Cambridge Studies in Medical Anthropology) by Susan Whyte and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at The focus of this book is medicines (swallowed, injected, rubbed on), as understood by anthropologists concerned solely with their social uses.
The text begins with examples of a mother medicating a child in various cultural contexts and ends with a broad review of the complex elements that determine the production and use of medicines. scale. The authors of Social Lives of Medicines, from Denmark and Hol-land, provide a fascinating route through these processes by focusing on the “careers” of various medicines as they are adapted and used in very different places around the world.
By examining medicine. Medicines are the core of treatment in biomedicine, as in many other medical traditions. As material things, they have social as well as pharmacological lives, with people and between people. They are tokens of healing and hope, as well as valuable commodities.
Each chapter of this book shows drugs in the hands of particular actors: mothers in. “Adding social structural analysis to medical and public health education would move toward a more realistic and balanced version of the biopsychosocial model already explicitly claimed in contemporary health-professional training.
BOOK REVIEW that it brings together studies by anthropologists from around the world, exposing students in the United States to a range of work they do not often read. Social Lives of Medicines makes clear that the taking and giving (prescribing) of medicines is a social act that is deeply imbued with meaning.
The authors make. Book, Print in English Social lives of medicines Susan Reynolds Whyte, Sjaak van der Geest, Anita Hardon. New York: Cambridge Materia medica — Social aspects. Medical anthropology. Series. Cambridge studies in medical anthropology ; 1.
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The University of Chicago Press. Books Division. Chicago Distribution Center. The worlds of healing across culture, the meanings people ascribe to illness, and the social lives of medicines fascinate me. My work is also attuned to how people navigate processes of migration and social change.
I am also particularly engaged in work on women's and children's health and critical engagements with gloal health.Book Review: Meaning, Medicine and the ‘Placebo Effect.’ By Daniel Moerman; Social Lives of Medicines.
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