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No Image Available ‘It’s like getting your car checked’: the social construction of...
Living with risk and everyday sense-making ‘It’s like getting your car checked’: the social construction of diabetes risk among participants in a population study In western industrialised societies, asymptomatic individuals...
Category Health, Risk & Society, Living with risk and everyday sense-making AuthorGA Norddal, Å Wifstad & OS. Lian
No Image Available ‘The ones who die are lost and the survivors are...
Risk governance and governmentality ‘The ones who die are lost and the survivors are what we have’: neoliberal governmentality and the governance of Covid-19 risk in social media posts in...
Category Health, Risk & Society, Risk governance and governmentality AuthorSelin Atalay
No Image Available Conceptualising the experience of health risk: the case of everyday...
Public health and individual health care are increasingly oriented towards managing risks. This ‘surveillance medicine’ does not target present illnesses but aims to prevent possible future conditions, greatly expanding the...
Category Health, Risk & Society, Living with risk and everyday sense-making AuthorMikko Jauho
No Image Available Covid-19 and the Sociology of Risk and Uncertainty
Covid-19 and the Sociology of Risk and Uncertainty Studies of Social Phenomena and Social Theory Across 6 Continents This book provides a global perspective on COVID-19, taking the heterogenous realities...
Category Critical Studies in Risk and Uncertainty AuthorKritika Maheshwari, Fernanda Sousa-Duarte, Melina Tobías, Soledad Fernández Bouzo, Henry Rothstein, David Demeritt, Regine Paul, Li Wang, Linda Kvarnlöf, Paul R. Ward, Kristen Foley, Samantha B. Meyer, Jessica Thomas, Eliza Huppatz, Ian Olver et al., Brenda Focás, Esteban Zunino, Magdalena Gil, Eduardo A. Undurraga, Dean Curran, Rolf Lidskog, Adam Standring, Claudia Mitchell, Relebohile Moletsane, Darshan Daryanani.
No Image Available Difficult dialogues about death: applying risk orders theory to analyse...
Understandings of risk permeate end-of-life (EOL) care contexts. In addition to the risk of bodily death, patients, family and healthcare providers face spiritual and communication risks during EOL care. The...
Category Health, Risk & Society, Healthcare work and multiple risks AuthorKatie Margavio Striley, Kelly E. Tenzek, Kimberly Field-Springer
No Image Available Extraordinary Risks, Ordinary Lives
Extraordinary Risks, Ordinary Lives Logics of Precariousness in Everyday Contexts “This collection of essays provides a wonderful insight into the very ordinary way that us, human beings engage with risk...
Category Critical Studies in Risk and Uncertainty AuthorBeata Świtek, Allen Abramson, Marie Kolling, Mei L. Trueba, Alessandro Blasimme, Atreyee Sen, Julie L. Shackelford, Matthew Bunn, Stephen Lyng, Janine Su, Giovanni Gugg, Hannah Swee, Karen Henwood
No Image Available Problematising older motherhood in Canada: ageism, ableism, and the risky...
Risk governance and governmentality Problematising older motherhood in Canada: ageism, ableism, and the risky maternal subject This article examines how older motherhood and older mothers are problematised and represented in...
Category Health, Risk & Society, Risk governance and governmentality AuthorFrancesca Scala, Michael Orsini