Published September 1992
by Coronet Books Inc .
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||183|
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This essay, from a Journal of Health and Social Behavior supplement, uncovers the roots of social constructionist theory beginning with Eliot Freidson’s “Social Construction of Illness” . The social construction of health is a major research topic within medical sociology. At first glance, the concept of a social construction of health does not seem to make sense. After all, if disease is a . Gender and the Social Construction of Illness (Gender Lens) Second Edition by Judith Lorber (Author), Lisa Jean Moore (Author) out of 5 stars 13 ratings. ISBN ISBN Cited by: However, the choice of diagnosis and treatment (even when based on the The social construction of illness same empirical data) is often a cultural matter. Lynn Payer, in her fascinating book .