Waitzkins intellectual diversity makes him uniquely capable of inspiring integrative efforts to knit together empirically and conceptually the seemingly disparate parts of the medical encounter waitzkin demonstrates that when patients approach a physician for help they re present a social context along with their physical problems when social issues arise in the intimacy of the patient doctor relationship. The complaints that patients bring to their doctors often have roots in social issues that involve work family life gender roles and sexuality aging substance use or other problems of nonmedical origin in this book physician sociologist howard waitzkin examines interactions between patients and doctors to show how physicians focus on physical complaints often fails to address patients underlying concerns and also reinforces the societal problems that cause or . The politics of medical encounters how patients and doctors deal with social problems howard waitzkin douglas w maynard. Central issues in anthropology city society the csas bulletin cultural anthropology culture agriculture food and environment economic anthropology el mensajero ethnographic praxis in industry conference proceedings ethos feminist anthropology general anthropology bulletin of the general anthropology division journal for the anthropology of north america the journal of latin . The politics of medical encounters how patients and doctors deal with social problems item preview remove circle share or embed this item embed embed for wordpresscom hosted blogs and archiveorg item description tags want more advanced embedding details examples and help
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