Sociology of Health & Illness 2005 - Abstracts

Sociology of Health & Illness 2005
Abortion discourse in Bolivian hospital contexts: doctors' repertoire conflicts and the Saving Women device.Sociology and social workRance, Susanna
Access, boundaries and their effects: legitimate participation in anesthesia.(European Working Times Directive)Sociology and social workMort, Maggie, Smith, Andrew, Goodwin, Dawn, Pope, Catherine
Are inner-cities bad for your health? Comparisons of residents' and third parties' perceptions of the urban neighbourhood of Gospel Oak, London.Sociology and social workPrince, Martin, Whitley, Rob
Arguing about the evidence: readers, writers and inscription devices in coronary heart disease risk assessment.Sociology and social workWill, Catherine M.
Biographical work and returning to employment following a spinal cord injury.Sociology and social workVille, Isabelle
Birth and social class: Northern Thai women's lived experiences of caesarean and vaginal birth.Sociology and social workLiamputtong, Pranee
Boundary at work: alternative medicine in biomedical settings.Sociology and social workMizrachi, Nissim, Shuval, Judith T., Gross, Sky
Comparing professions through actor-centred governance: community nursing in Britain and Germany.Sociology and social workBurau, Viola
Death brokering: constructing culturally appropriate deaths.Sociology and social work 
Discomforting research: colliding moralities and looking for 'truth' in a study of parental drug problems.Sociology and social workBarnard, Marina
Do occupation and work conditions really matter? a longitudinal analysis of psychological distress experiences among Canadian workers.Sociology and social workMarchand, Alain, Demers, Andree, Durand, Pierre
Dynamic professional boundaries in the healthcare workforce.Sociology and social workNancarrow, Susan A., Borthwick, Alan M.
Dysmorphology and the spectacle of the clinic.(malformations in human beings )Sociology and social workFeatherstone, Katie, Latimer, Joanna, Atkinson, Paul, Pilz, Daniella T., Clarke, Angus
Explaining caesarean section in Salvador da Bahia, Brazil.Sociology and social workMcCallum, Cecilia
Exploring clinician uncertainty in the diagnosis and treatment of attention deficit hyperactivity disorder.Sociology and social workRafalovich, Adam
Finding dignity in dirty work: the constraints and rewards of low-wage home care labour.(caring elderly and disabled people)Sociology and social workStacey, Clare L.
'He hath the French pox': stigma, social value and social exclusion.Sociology and social workReidpath, Daniel D., Chan, Kit Y., Gifford, Sandra M., Allotey, Pascale
Information, understanding and the benign order of everyday life in genetic counselling.Sociology and social workLehtinen, Esa
Lay discourses and beliefs related to food risks: an Australian perspective.Sociology and social workLupton, Deborah A.
'Listen to my madness': understanding the experiences of people with serious mental illness.Sociology and social workLester, Helen, Tritter, Jonathan Q.
Living with chronic illness in the family setting.(family practices and family relationships)Sociology and social workGregory, Susan
Managerialism in the Australian public health sector: towards the hyper-rationalization of professional bureaucracies.(administrative structure)Sociology and social workGermov, John
New directions for critical internet health studies: representing cancer experience on the web.Sociology and social workSeale, Clive
On practices of 'good doctoring': reconsidering the relationship between provider roles and patient adherence.Sociology and social workLutfey, Karen
Parenting a young person with mental health problems: temporal disruption and reconstruction.(narrative reconstruction)Sociology and social workHarden, Jeni
Pro-anorexia, weight-loss drugs and the internet: an 'anti-recovery' explanatory model of anorexia.Sociology and social workFox, Nick, Ward, Katie, O'Rourke, Alan
Researching the disabled identity: contextualising the identity transformations which accompany the onset of impairment.Sociology and social workGalvin, Rose D.
Securing our genetic health: engendering trust in UK Biobank.Sociology and social workPetersen, Alan
Social capital and social support on the web: the case of an internet mother site.Sociology and social workDrentea, Patricia, Moren-Cross, Jennifer L.
Telephone triage, expert systems and clinical expertise.(NHS Direct service delivery)Sociology and social workGoode, J., Greatbatch, D., Hanlon, G., O'Cathain, A., Strangleman, T., Luff, D.
The demise of repetitive strain injury in sceptical governing rationalities of workplace managers.Sociology and social workMacEachen, Ellen
'The illness is part of the person': discourses of blame, individual responsibility and individuation at a centre for spiritual healing in the North of England.Sociology and social workMcClean, Stuart
The mundane realities of the everyday lay use of the Internet for health, and their consequences for media convergence.Sociology and social workO'Malley, Lisa, Nettleton, Sarah, Burrows, Roger
The personal significance of home: habitus and the experience of receiving long-term home care.Sociology and social workAngus, Jan, Kontos, Pia, Dyck, Isabel, McKeever, Patricia, Poland, Blake
The phenomenology of death, embodiment and organ transplantation.Sociology and social workHaddow, Gillian
The promotion of private health insurance and its implications for the social organisation of healthcare: a case study of private sector obstetric practice in Chile.Sociology and social work 
Understanding genetic disease in socio-historical context: a case of cystic fibrosis.Sociology and social workKerr, Anne
Understanding the social organization of maternity care systems: midwifery as a touchstone.(professional variance)Sociology and social workBenoit, Cecilia, Wrede, Sirpa, Bourgeault, Ivy, Sandall, Jane, De Vries, Raymond, van Teijlingen, Edwin R.
What is heterosexual coercion? Interpreting narratives from young people in Mexico City.Sociology and social workMarston, Cicely
What's in a care pathway? Towards a cultural cartography of the new NHS.(National Health Service)Sociology and social workPinder, Ruth, Petchey, Roland, Shaw, Sara, Carter, Yvonne
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