Introduction PART ONE: SOCIAL PATTERNING OF HEALTH Social Class - Graham Scambler Gender - Ellen Annandale Ethnicity - James Y. Nazroo Place - Sally Macintyre and Anne Ellaway Material and Cultural Factors - Graham Scambler Psychosocial Factors - Antonia Bifulco Life Events - Antonia Bifulco Neo-liberal Globalization and Health Inequalities - Roberto De Vogli, Ted Schrecker and Ronald Labonte Ageing and the Life Course - Tarani Chandola Social Capital - Orla McDonnell PART TWO: EXPERIENCE OF HEATH AND ILLNESS Medicalization - Jonathan Gabe Illness and Health-Related Behaviour - Lee F. Monaghan Stigma - Lee F. Monaghan and Simon J. Williams Embodiment - Simon J. Williams and Lee F. Monaghan Emotions - Gillian Bendelow Chronic Illness - Mike Bury and Lee F. Monaghan Disability - Nicholas Watson Illness Narratives - Mike Bury and Lee F. Monaghan Risk - Jonathan Gabe The Sick Role - Mike Bury and Lee F. Monaghan Practitioner-Client Relationships - Alison Pilnick Quality of Life - Mary Boulton Awareness Contexts - Lee F. Monaghan PART THREE: HEALTH, KNOWLEDGE AND PRACTICE Medical Model - Mike Bury Social Constructionism - Orla McDonnell Lay Knowledge - Gareth H. Williams Reproduction - Jane Sandall Medical Technologies - Alex Faulkner eHealth - Michael Hardey Geneticization - Rebecca Dimond and Jacqueline Hughes Bioethics - Clare Williams and Steven P. Wainwright Surveillance and Health Promotion - Sarah Nettleton PART FOUR: HEALTH WORK AND THE DIVISION OF LABOUR Medical Autonomy, Dominance and Decline - Mary Ann Elston and Jonathan Gabe Trust in Medicine - Jonathan Gabe Nursing and Midwifery as Occupations - Abbey Hyde Social Divisions and Formal Health Care - Catherine Theodosius Health Professional Migration - Ivy Lynn Bourgeault Complementary and Alternative Medicine - Michael Hardey Emotional Labour - Catherine Theodosius Informal Care - Sue Hollinrake PART FIVE: HEALTH-CARE ORGANIZATION AND POLICY Hospitals and Health Care Organizations - Per Maseide Privatization - Jonathan Gabe Managerialism - Jonathan Gabe Consumerism - Jonathan Gabe Citizenship and Health - Gareth H. Williams Social Movements and Health - Nick Crossley Medicines Regulation - Jonathan Gabe Evaluation - Nicholas Mays Malpractice - Jonathan Gabe
Jonathan Gabe is Professor of Sociology at Royal Holloway, University of London. Dr Lee Monaghan is Senior Lecturer in Sociology at the University of Limerick.
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