Gender and the Social Construction of Illness
SAGE Publications, 1997/5/30 - 148 頁
In this timely and perceptive volume, Judith Lorber considers the interface between gender as a social institution on the one hand, and western medicine as a social institution on the other. Focusing on belief that illnesses are considered to be physical, Judith Lorber brings a feminist viewpoint to analyze issues of power and politics which have pervaded the study of both gender and medicine in recent times.
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