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Plague Doctors by Jamie L. Feldman

Plague Doctors

Description : "Plague Doctors" highlights culturally based differences between French and American medicine, not only in health care delivery, but in the way each system constructs the interaction between disease and the human body. This work challenges the assumption that biomedicine is uniform across the western world. The author, a medical doctor and anthropologist, provides an ethnographic look into the daily experiences of physicians and researchers, examining how members of the French and American medical communities construct their models of AIDS through discourse and practice. The book is based on a comparative study of two AIDS clinics, one in Chicago and the other in Paris. Participant observation conducted at the clinics and interviews with physicians and researchers outside the sites yielded important insights into the world of AIDS medicine.

Subtitle : Responding to the AIDS Epidemic in France and America

Authors : Jamie L. Feldman

Published Date : 1995-01-01

Publisher : Greenwood Publishing Group

ISBN : 0897893859

Page : 273 Pages

Categories : Health & Fitness

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Filesize: 5 MB

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