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Title Confronting cancer : metaphors, advocacy, and anthropology / Juliet Marie McMullin; Diane Weiner; School for Advanced Research (Santa Fe, N.M.).
Published Santa Fe : School for Advanced Research Press, 2009
Detail ix, 285 p. : ill. ; 23 cm
Added Author McMullin, Juliet
  Weiner, Diane
  McMullin, Juliet. An anthropology of cancer : Introduction
  Weiner, Diane. An anthropology of cancer : Introduction
  Stoller, Paul. Remissioning life/reconfiguring anthropology
  Mathews, Holly F. Cancer support groups and health advocacy : one size doesn't fit all
  McMullin, Juliet. Experiencing diagnosis : views from Latina cervical cancer patients
  Karakasidou, Anastasia. The elusive subversion of order : cancer in modern Crete, Greece
  Weiner, Daine. Changing views of cancer : three decades of southern California native perspectives
  Erwin, Deborah O. The witness project : narratives that shape the cancer experience for African American women
  Chavez, Leo R. Wasting away in neoliberal-ville : Mexican immigrant women's views of cervical cancer, social inequality, and gender relations
  Craddock Lee, Simon J. Notes from White Flint : identity, ambiguity, and disparities in cancer
  Heurtin-Roberts, Suzanne. Self and other in cancer health disparities : negotiating power and boundaries in U.S. society
  Kagawa-Singer, Morjorie. Where is culture in cultural tailoring?
  School for Advanced Research (Santa Fe, N.M.)
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