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  • Aging Bodiesby Christopher A. Faircloth

    AltaMira Press 2003; US$ 32.99

    Western thought traditionally divides the human being into a body-mind dualism; the first examines the physical body and the second focuses upon psychological and social aspects of aging. Christopher A. Faircloth's edited volume of original pieces attempts to bridge this rift: reinserting the physical back into gerontology's study of aging. Faircloth... more...

  • Medicalized Masculinitiesby Dana Rosenfeld; Christopher Faircloth

    Temple University Press 2009; US$ 30.95

    When medicalization—the characterization of human traits in terms of disease and ailment—first appeared as a concept in the 1970s, most social science gender scholarship focused on female or genderless bodies. The work on men, health, and medicine was scant and tended to depict masculinity as intrinsically damaging to men's health. ... more...

  • Public Expenditure in Latin America: Trends and Key Policy Issuesby Benedict J. Clements; Christopher Faircloth; Marijn Verhoeven

    International Monetary Fund 2007; US$ 9.00

    This paper examines trends in government spending in Latin America from the mid-1990s to 2006. It also examines key policy issues, including the cyclicality of spending, public investment, public employment, and social expenditures. It finds that primary expenditures have trended upward for the past ten years as a share of GDP, driven by increases... more...

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