Risk, Culture, and Health Inequality: Shifting Perceptions of Danger and Blame

Risk, Culture, and Health Inequality: Shifting Perceptions of Danger and Blame

Risk, Culture, and Health Inequality: Shifting Perceptions of Danger and Blame

Risk, Culture, and Health Inequality: Shifting Perceptions of Danger and Blame

Synopsis

Explores the way "risk," as it is socially and culturally constructed, both produces and makes more visible health inequalities. In particular, the chapters ask how individual and collective social actors assess and define health risk in public, biomedical, economic, and political arenas.
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