And, now, part two of September’s journal posting! (Part one is here.)
Medical Anthropology Quarterly
“I Hope I Get Movie-star Teeth”: Doing the Exceptional Normal in Orthodontic Practice for Young People
Orthodontics offer young people the chance to improve their bite and adjust their appearances. The most common reasons for orthodontic treatment concern general dentists’, parents’ or
Welcome to part one of September’s journal post. We start off with a few special issues, which have been highlighted earlier, followed by a great batch of interesting articles for fall reading. Enjoy!
Transcultural Psychiatry – “Practical Anthropology for a Global Public Psychiatry”
Medical Anthropology – “Nonsecular Medical Anthropology”
New Genetics & Society – “Private, …
And now for a very belated February post (not even the extra day could help this year…). However, there is much to dig in to here, including two special issues, “The Sociology of Health Care Safety and Quality” in Sociology of Health & Illness and “Anthropology and Medical Photography: Ethnographic, Critical and Comparative Perspectives” in Visual Anthropology. Enjoy!
In addition to our regular roundup of journal offerings, the current issue of Medical Anthropology is a special issue, entitled “Diversions of Biomedical Technologies in a Globalized World,” on which we have posted here.
Critical Public Health
Blood and the public body: a study of UK blood donation and research participation
This paper draws on
The current issue of Medical Anthropology is a special issue, entitled “Diversions of Biomedical Technologies in a Globalized World.” As Claire Beaudevin & Laurent Pordié write in their introduction, “Diversion and Globalization in Biomedical Technologies,” the issue’s seven articles confront a series of questions about the drift, detours, uptake, translation, and off-shoots of biomedical technologies: