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The Sociology of Medical Screening: Critical Perspectives, NewDirections presents a series of readings that provide anup-to-date overview of the diverse sociological issues relating topopulation-based medical screening. * Features new research data in most of the contributions * Includes contributions from eminent sociologists such as DavidArmstrong, Stefan Timmermans, and Alison Pilnick * Represents one of the only collections to specifically addressthe sociology of medical screening…mehr

Produktbeschreibung
The Sociology of Medical Screening: Critical Perspectives, NewDirections presents a series of readings that provide anup-to-date overview of the diverse sociological issues relating topopulation-based medical screening. * Features new research data in most of the contributions * Includes contributions from eminent sociologists such as DavidArmstrong, Stefan Timmermans, and Alison Pilnick * Represents one of the only collections to specifically addressthe sociology of medical screening

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  • Produktdetails
  • Verlag: John Wiley & Sons
  • Seitenzahl: 168
  • Erscheinungstermin: 12. Juni 2012
  • Englisch
  • ISBN-13: 9781118234389
  • Artikelnr.: 37338931
Autorenporträt
Natalie Armstrong is lecturer in Social Science Applied to Health at the University of Leicester. A medical sociologist, Dr. Armstrong has previously held research posts at the University of Warwick and the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine. Helen Eborall is lecturer in Social Science Applied to Health at the University of Leicester, having previously worked as a research fellow at the University of Cambridge.
Inhaltsangabe
Notes on Contributors vii 1 The sociology of medical screening: past
present and future 1 Natalie Armstrong and Helen Eborall 2 Screening: mapping medicine's temporal spaces 17 David Armstrong 3 The experience of risk as 'measured vulnerability': health screening and lay uses of numerical risk 33 Chris Gillespie 4 Expanded newborn screening: articulating the ontology of diseases with bridging work in the clinic 47 Stefan Timmermans and Mara Buchbinder 5 Resisting the screening imperative: patienthood
populations and politics in prostate cancer detection technologies for the UK 60 Alex Faulkner 6 A molecular monopoly? HPV testing
the Pap smear and the molecularisation of cervical cancer screening in the USA 73 Stuart Hogarth
Michael M. Hopkins and Victor Rodriguez 7 Blind spots and adverse conditions of care: screening migrants for tuberculosis in France and Germany 90 Janina Kehr 8 'Let's have it tested first': choice and circumstances in decision-making following positive antenatal screening in Hong Kong 105 Alison Pilnick and Olga Zayts 9 Representing and intervening: 'doing' good care in fi rst trimester prenatal knowledge production and decision-making 121 Nete Schwennesen and Lene Koch 10 'Wakey wakey baby': narrating four-dimensional (4D) bonding scans 136 Julie Roberts Index 151