Key Concepts in Medical Sociology / Edition 2

Key Concepts in Medical Sociology / Edition 2

by Jonathan Gabe, Lee Monaghan
     
 

This is the only key concepts text in medical sociology and has already proven to be a bestseller. It will be used widely across sociology and health & nursing departments. All entries have been revised and updated, and there are five completely new entries.See more details below

Overview

This is the only key concepts text in medical sociology and has already proven to be a bestseller. It will be used widely across sociology and health & nursing departments. All entries have been revised and updated, and there are five completely new entries.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780857024787
Publisher:
SAGE Publications
Publication date:
04/30/2013
Series:
SAGE Key Concepts Series
Edition description:
Second Editon
Pages:
229
Product dimensions:
6.60(w) x 9.40(h) x 0.60(d)

Table of Contents

Introduction
PART ONE: SOCIAL PATTERNING OF HEALTH
Social Class - Graham Scambler
Gender - Ellen Annandale
Ethnicity - James Y. Nazroo
Place - Sally Macintyre and Anne Ellaway
Material and Cultural Factors - Graham Scambler
Psychosocial Factors - Antonia Bifulco
Life Events - Antonia Bifulco
Neo-liberal Globalization and Health Inequalities - Roberto De Vogli, Ted Schrecker and Ronald Labonté
Ageing and the Life Course - Tarani Chandola
Social Capital - Orla McDonnell
PART TWO: EXPERIENCE OF HEATH AND ILLNESS
Medicalization - Jonathan Gabe
Illness and Health-Related Behaviour - Lee F. Monaghan
Stigma - Lee F. Monaghan and Simon J. Williams
Embodiment - Simon J. Williams and Lee F. Monaghan
Emotions - Gillian Bendelow
Chronic Illness - Mike Bury and Lee F. Monaghan
Disability - Nicholas Watson
Illness Narratives - Mike Bury and Lee F. Monaghan
Risk - Jonathan Gabe
The Sick Role - Mike Bury and Lee F. Monaghan
Practitioner-Client Relationships - Alison Pilnick
Quality of Life - Mary Boulton
Awareness Contexts - Lee F. Monaghan
PART THREE: HEALTH, KNOWLEDGE AND PRACTICE
Medical Model - Mike Bury
Social Constructionism - Orla McDonnell
Lay Knowledge - Gareth H. Williams
Reproduction - Jane Sandall
Medical Technologies - Alex Faulkner eHealth - Michael Hardey
Geneticization - Rebecca Dimond and Jacqueline Hughes
Bioethics - Clare Williams and Steven P. Wainwright
Surveillance and Health Promotion - Sarah Nettleton
PART FOUR: HEALTH WORK AND THE DIVISION OF LABOUR
Medical Autonomy, Dominance and Decline - Mary Ann Elston and Jonathan Gabe
Trust in Medicine - Jonathan Gabe
Nursing and Midwifery as Occupations - Abbey Hyde
Social Divisions and Formal Health Care - Catherine Theodosius
Health Professional Migration - Ivy Lynn Bourgeault
Complementary and Alternative Medicine - Michael Hardey
Emotional Labour - Catherine Theodosius
Informal Care - Sue Hollinrake
PART FIVE: HEALTH-CARE ORGANIZATION AND POLICY
Hospitals and Health Care Organizations - Per Måseide
Privatization - Jonathan Gabe
Managerialism - Jonathan Gabe
Consumerism - Jonathan Gabe
Citizenship and Health - Gareth H. Williams
Social Movements and Health - Nick Crossley
Medicines Regulation - Jonathan Gabe
Evaluation - Nicholas Mays
Malpractice - Jonathan Gabe

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