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Sara MacKian

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Chapter 5: Me and ME: Therapeutic Landscapes in an Unfamiliar World

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Me and ME: Therapeutic Landscapes in an Unfamiliar World
Me and ME: Therapeutic landscapes in an unfamiliar world
SaraMacKian

This chapter, based on on-going research, explores the shifting worlds of long-term illness and the emergent landscapes, for people living with ME. There has been previous research on patient's constructions of ME (Guise et al., 2007), and their beliefs about the causes of their condition (Clements et al., 1997), but here I shift the emphasis and focus not on the construction of ME itself, but on the construction of the worlds people live in when living with ME. The landscapes that individuals experience, either physically or mentally, have a profound influence on ...

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