Medical Power and Social Knowledge


Bryan S. Turner

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    To Eileen H. Richardson


    This study of medical sociology was originally a series of lectures at the Flinders University of South Australia between 1982 and 1987. This revision is the product of research at Bielefeld University in Germany (1987–8), at Utrecht University in the Netherlands (1988–90), at the University of Essex (1990–3) and at the Centre for the Body and Society at Deakin University in Australia from 1992. This revised and rewritten text reflects this cross-cultural, international and interdisciplinary background. In order to revise the chapter on mental health, Dr Colin Samson of the University of Essex, whose research has been into a comparison of deregulated mental health policies in Great Britain and North America, has joined me in this new edition to expand and consolidate the original text. The revised edition focuses on the sociology of the body, risk society and the globalization process to produce a contemporary and interdisciplinary approach to the sociology of health and illness.

    My special thanks go to the members of the Deakin Body Centre – Liz Eckermann, Neville Millen, Miranda Hughes, Anne Riggs, Robyn Clifford, Pat Crotty and Derek Colquhoun – for support and inspiration. Yuzo Shindo (Nara Women's University, Japan) and Anne Riggs contributed to a thorough re-evaluation of the section on aging. I would like to thank Monika Loving and Susie Delia Monica for their generosity in making this new edition possible. Finally, Stephen Barr at Sage (UK) has fortunately been insisting on a new edition for some years.

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