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Material discourses of health and illness

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Published by Routledge in London, New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Health.,
  • Sociology, Medical.,
  • Medicine and psychology.,
  • Diseases -- Social aspects.,
  • Sick -- Psychology.,
  • Health -- Social aspects.,
  • Health -- Psychological aspects.,
  • Discourse analysis.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references.

    Statementedited by Lucy Yardley.
    ContributionsYardley, Lucy, 1961-
    The Physical Object
    Paginationx, 241 p.
    Number of Pages241
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL18099545M
    ISBN 10041513823X, 0415138248
    LC Control Number97016526

    This edited volume includes studies of discourses about bodily and psychiatric illness in modern China, bringing together scholarships that reconfigure the fields of history, literature, film, psychology, anthropology, and gender studies by tracing the pathological path of China through the nineteenth and twentieth centuries into the new millennium.   A mental health practitioner (MHP) role was introduced to health services in southern England in The paper will discuss the initial phase within a longitudinal research study. A discursive approach will be adopted in order to understand how healthcare discourses constrain and provide possibilities for the emergence of a new worker role in.

      This paper briefly reviews discourse analytic work of clinical relevance (eg. on psychotherapy, professional talk and diagnosis) and illustrates the use of one kind of discourse analysis within a social constructionist theoretical framework and a practical deconstructionist political stance by providing an analysis of excerpts from interviews with a professional and a user of mental health. Sexual health is a complex, multidimensional construct. In analyzing race and ethnicity in sexual health, this article examines 2 domains of discourse: (1) preventive sexual health, a public health oriented domain of discourse concerned with the prevention of disease, and (2) eudaemonic sexual health, a domain of discourse concerned with attainment of sexual pleasure within a moral context.

    The discourses brought by the victimized women and by the health professionals reveal divergences and convergences, revealing the essentially human needs as the interface of the meanings which the health needs take on for these subjects. About the Author Simon J. Williams teaches the Sociology of Health and Illness with particular reference to the body, health and social research methods at Warwick University.. Jonathan Gabe is Professor of Sociology in the Department of Health and Social Care at Royal Holloway, University of London.. Peter Davis is Professor, Sociology of Health and Well-Being, at the University of Auckland.


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Material Discourses of Health and Illness applies discursive approaches to the field of health psychology, in stark contrast to the bio-medical model of health and illness. The discursive approach uses the person's experience and feelings as the central focus of interest, whereas the more traditional models regarded these as coincidental and relatively unimportant.3/5(1).

Material Discourses of Health and Illness applies discursive approaches to the field of health psychology, in stark contrast to the bio-medical model of health and illness.

The discursive approach uses the person's experience and feelings as the central focus of interest, whereas the more traditional models regarded these as coincidental and relatively : Lucy Yardley.

Material Discourses of Health and Illness explores the way in which the meaning, context and consequences of bodily phenomena, ranging from sex to heart disease, are. Material Discourses of Health and Illness book.

DOI link for Material Discourses of Health and Illness. Material Discourses of Health and Illness book. Edited By Lucy Yardley. Edition 1st Edition. First Published eBook Published 11 January Pub. location London. Imprint by: 2. Material Discourses of Health and Illness explores the way in which the meaning, context and consequences of bodily phenomena, ranging from sex to heart disease, are created and transformed by human activity.

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Writing Illness, the Mind and the Body in Modern China Editor: Howard Y. Choy The meanings of disease have undergone such drastic changes with the introduction of modern Western medicine into China during the last two hundred years that new discourses have been invented to theorize illness, redefine health, and reconstruct classes and genders.

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