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Title Knowledge, power, and practice : the anthropolgy of medicine and everday life / edited by Shirley Lindenbaum and Margaret Lock.
Published Berkeley : University of California Press, c1993
Detail xv, 428 p. ; 24 cm
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Added Author Lindenbaum, Shirley
  Lock, Margaret M
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  Kaufert, Patricia A. Analysis of a Dialogue on Risks in Childbirth: Clinicians, Epidemiologists, and Inuit Women
  O'Neil, John. Analysis of a Dialogue on Risks in Childbirth: Clinicians, Epidemiologists, and Inuit Women
  Rapp, Rayna. Accounting for Amniocentesis
  Good, Byron J. "Learning Medicine": The Constructing of Medical Knowledge at Harvard Medical School
  DelVecchio, Mary-Jo. Learning Medicine": The Constructing of Medical Knowledge at Harvard Medical School
  Young, Allan. A Description of How Ideology Shapes Knowledge of a Mental Disorder (Posttraumatic Stress Disorder)
  Rhodes, Lorna Amarasingham. The Shape of Action: Practice in Public Psychiatry
  Pearce, Tola Olu. Lay Medical Knowledge in an African Context
  Fabrega, Jr., Horacio. Biomedical Psychiatry as an Object for a Critical Medical Anthropology
  Lewis, Gilbert . Double Standards of Treatment Evaluation
  Frankenberg, Ronald. Risk: Anthropological and Epidemiological Narratives of Prevention
  Estroff, Sue E. Identity, Disability, and Schizophrenia: The Problem of Chronicity
  Briceno-Leon, Roberto. Social Aspects of Chagas Disease
  Comaroff, Jean. The Diseased Heart of Africa: Medicine, Colonialism, and the Black Body
  Lockม Margaret. The Politics of Mid-Life and Menopause: Ideologies for the Second Sex in North America and Japan
  Haraway, Donna. The Biopolitics of Postmodern Bodies: Determinations of Self in Immune System Discourse
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