MOSS, Pamela, ed. TEGHTSOONIAN, Katherine, ed.
Title: Contesting Illness : Processes and Practices. First Paperback Edition.
Publisher:  University of Toronto Press, Toronto, 2008, ISBN:9780802095121 2008
ISBN Number: 0802095127 / 9780802095121
Seller ID: 106011
MOSS, Pamela and Katherine TEGHTSOONIAN. Contesting Illness : Processes and Practices. Toronto : University of Toronto Press, (2008). First Paperback Printing. Pp. (6),[vii]-xvi,(2),-347,(5). 8vo, illustrated blue and grey card covers with white lettering to front cover & spine.
1. Pamela Moss and Katherine Teghtsoonian's "Power and Illness: Authority, Bodies, and Context";
2. Michael J. Prince's "Claiming a Disability Benefit as Contesting Social Citizenship";
3. Katherine Lippel's "Workers' Compensation and Controversial Illness";
4. Katherine Teghtsoonian's "Managing Workplace Depression: Contesting the Contours of Emerging Policy in the Workplace";
5. Jan Angus's "Contesting Coronary Candidacy: Reframing Risk Modification in Coronary Heart Disease";
6. Michael Orsini's "Hepatitis C and the Dawn of Biological Citizenship: Unravelling the Policy Implications";
7. Pia H. Bulow's "Tracing Contours of Contestation in Narratives about Chronic Fatigue Syndrome";
8. Mary Ellen Purkis and Catherine van Mossel's "Cancer as a Contested Illness: Seeking Help amid Treatment";
9. Pamela Moss's "Edging Embodiment and Embodying Categories: Reading Bodies Marked with Myalgic Encephalomyelitis as a Contested Illness";
10. Jane M. Ussher's "Managing the Monstrous Feminine: The ROle of Premenstrual Syndrome in the Subjectification of Women";
11. Sharon Dale Stone's "Resisting an Illness Label: Disability, Impairment, and Illness";
12. Helen Gremillion's "The Race and Class Politics of Anorexia Nervosa: Unravelling White, Middle-Class Standards in Representations of Eating Problems";
13. Joyce Davidson's "'More Labels Than a Jam Jar': The Gendered Dynamics of Diagnosis for Girls and Women with Autism";
14. Annie Potts's "The Female Sexual Dysfunction Debate: Different 'Problems', New Drugs -- More Pressures?";
15. Maren Klawiter's "Moving from Settled to Contested: Transformations in the Anatomo-Politics of Breast Cancer, 1970-1990";
16. Steve Kroll-Smith and Joshua Kelley's "Environments, Bodies, and the Cultural Imaginary: Imagining Ecological Impairment";
17. Peter Conrad and Cheryl Stults's "Contestation and Medicalization".
Very good. 25.00