Interdisciplinary chapters explore both how the terrain of medicine can generate new questions about law, regulation and the state, and how the law intersects with health and medicine at every level. Bringing together leading international scholars, the Research Handbook assembles concrete case studies to suggest avenues for further research on socio-legal inquiries, such as the construction of disorders by law, the reparation of injuries, and how race and gender impact justice.
The Research Handbook for Socio-Legal Studies of Medicine and Health will be an inspiring read for researchers, academics and graduate students in the fields of health law, socio-legal studies, and gender and sexuality.
Contributors include: P. Arcidiácono, J. Barbot, L. Barrera, E. Bernheim, E. Brennan, B. Can, E. Chiarello, É. Cloatre, V. De Greef, N. Dodier, A. Doll, J. Edwards, A.-M. Farrell, J.A. Hamilton, R. Harding, J. Harrington, H.R. Hlavka, C.W.-L. Ho, K. Hoeyer, I. Iyioha, M.-A. Jacob, V. Karavas, A. Kirkland, J. Metzl, D. Moore, C. Morrill, L. Mulcahy, S. Mulla, T. Phillips, J. Piemonte, R. Singh, M. Suchman, M. Thomson, S. Westwood
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