Medicine, Health and Risk: Sociological Approaches
January 1996, Wiley-Blackwell
2. Perceptions of Health Risks and their Management. .
A User's guide to Contrasting Theories of HIV-Related Risk Behaviour: Mick Bloor (University of Wales College of Cardiff).
Risk. the real world and naive sociology: Anne Grinyer.
3. The Risk Acceptability of Medical Interventions. .
The Medical Model of the Body as a Site of Risk: A Case Study of Childbirth: Karen Lane (Deakin University).
The Risk of Resistance: Perspectives on the Mass Childhood Immunisation Programme: Anne Rogers and David Pilgrim (University of Central Lancashire).
4. Social Movements, Public Health Risks and the Policy Process. .
Popular Epidemiology, Toxic Waste and Social Movements: Phil Brown (Brown University).
Public Health Risks in the Material World: Barriers to Social Movements in Health Policy: Paul Bissell, Jennie Popay and Gareth Williams (Manchester University, Salford University).
5. The Social Construction of Health Risks and their Regulation.
Boundaries of Danger and Uncertainty: An Analysis of the Technological Culture of Risk Assessment: Simon Carter (University of Glasgow).
Prevention as a Problem of Modernity: The Example of HIV and AIDS: Sue Scott and Richard Freeman (University of Stirling, University of Dundee).
Notes on Contributors.
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