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by G. Rousseau,M. Gill,D. Haycock,M. Herwig

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G. Rousseau,M. Gill,D. Haycock,M. Herwig
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Throughout human history illness has been socially interpreted before its range of meanings could be understood and disseminated

eBook 109,99 €. price for Russian Federation (gross). Throughout human history illness has been socially interpreted before its range of meanings could be understood and disseminated. Writers of diverse types have been as active in constructing these meanings as doctors, yet it is only recently that literary traditions have been recognized as a rich archive for these interpretations. These essays focus on the methodological hurdles encountered in retrieving these interpretations, called 'framing' by the authors.

RousseauGeorge Sebastian, GillMiranda, HaycockDavid and HerwigMalte (eds), Framing and imagining disease in cultural history, Basingstoke, Palgrave Macmillan, 2003, pp. xiv, 329, illus

RousseauGeorge Sebastian, GillMiranda, HaycockDavid and HerwigMalte (eds), Framing and imagining disease in cultural history, Basingstoke, Palgrave Macmillan, 2003, pp. xiv, 329, illus. £5. 0 (hardback 1-4039-1292-0). Volume 49 Issue 1 - Roger Cooter.

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Includes bibliographical references and index. Personal Name: Rousseau, G. S. (George Sebastian). Personal Name: Haycock, David Boyd, 1968

Includes bibliographical references and index. Personal Name: Gill, Miranda. Personal Name: Haycock, David Boyd, 1968-. Personal Name: Herwig, Malte Christian Walter, 1972-. Rubrics: Medicine Philosophy History Health Diseases Social aspects.

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Published online by Cambridge University Press: 26 July 2012.

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Throughout human history illness has been socially interpreted before its range of meanings could be understood and disseminated. Writers of diverse types have been as active in constructing these meanings as doctors, yet it is only recently that literary traditions have been recognized as a rich archive for these interpretations. These essays focus on the methodological hurdles encountered in retrieving these interpretations, called 'framing' by the authors. Framing and Imagining Disease in Cultural History aims to explain what has been said about these interpretations and to compare their value.