Theorizing complementary and alternative medicines: Wellbeing, self, gender, class

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DatePublished - 5 Apr 2012
Number of pages253
PublisherPalgrave Macmillan
Original languageEnglish
ISBN (Electronic)9781137003737
ISBN (Print)9780230309319

Abstract

Rather than physiological health only, complementary and alternative medicines aim at the production of wellbeing. This book explores how the increasing proliferation of holistic health methods are intimately connected with changing configurations of selfhood, gender and class.

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