Health and the Sociology of Emotions
March 1997, Wiley-Blackwell
1. Biomedicine, holistic health and the emotionally reflexive body in "late" modernity (Gillian Bendelow and Simon Williams, University of Warwick).
2. C. Wright Mills meets Prozac: the social emotions approach to an understanding of health and illness (Margot Lyon, Australian National University, Canberra).
3. Plans, intentions and emotions: reflections on a methodological problem encountered in a study of teenage pregnancy (Andrew Finlay, Dorothy Whittington, Nicola Shaw and Monica McWilliams, Universities of Dublin and Ulster; Northern Health and Social Service Board).
4. Is there a reciprocal relationship between emotions as expressed in first person fieldwork accounts and the sociology of emotion? (Liz Young and Ray Lee, Royal Holloway, University of London).
5. Emotional labour, order and emotional power in care assistant work (Geraldine Lee-Treweek, University of Manchester).
6. Social construction of emotion and health promotion: the case of nursing (Pam Smith and Abigail Masterson, RCN Institute of Advanced Nursing Education).
7. Trust, uncertainty and consumerist models of health care delivery (Deborah Lupton, University of Western Sydney).
8. Exploring emotional expression in medical examinations: a transcript-based analysis (Bill Yoels, University of Alabama at Birmingham).
Veronica James is Professor Nursing Studies in the School
of Nursing and Midwifery, University of Nottingham.
Jonathan Gabe is Senior Research Fellow in Medical Sociology in the department of Social Policy and Social Science, Royal Holloway, University of London.
* Established and new authors.
--Sheila Hawker, University of Southampton