By Tim Brown, Sara McLafferty, Graham Moon
This Companion offers a accomplished account of healthiness and clinical geography and ways the foremost issues and key subject matters from numerous angles.<ul type="disc">• bargains a different breadth of issues in terms of either healthiness and scientific geography• comprises contributions from quite a number students from emerging stars to proven, across the world well known authors• presents an up to date evaluate of the country of the sub-discipline• Thematically prepared sections provide particular debts of particular matters and mix normal overviews of the present literature with case learn material• Chapters conceal themes on the leading edge of the sub-discipline, together with rising and re-emerging ailments, the politics of sickness, psychological and emotional overall healthiness, landscapes of depression, and the geography of care
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In this, bodily geographies are, as Parr (2002, 2003) argues, enabling geographers to revisit and re-vision the medical. The increasing theoretical diversity of health geography has been accompanied by a proliferation of methodologies, including qualitative approaches essentially unknown in the former medical geography. While this represents a significant point of divergence, the ongoing use of quantitative methods by many health geographers represents a key point of continuity. g. Duncan et al.
For instance, following Foucault, bodies – like landscapes – can be “read” in ways that reveal past embodied geographies and which have implications for contemporary bodies and spaces. In this, bodily geographies are, as Parr (2002, 2003) argues, enabling geographers to revisit and re-vision the medical. The increasing theoretical diversity of health geography has been accompanied by a proliferation of methodologies, including qualitative approaches essentially unknown in the former medical geography.
This has been the case since Gesler’s pioneering work on three sites with established reputations for healing – Epidauros (1993), Lourdes (1996), and Bath (1998) – although regional (Einwalter 2007), national (Kearns & Collins 2000), and even global (Hoyez 2007) landscapes have also been considered. While pluralist use of the term – including as a synonym for place – can be confusing, “landscape” suggests a holistic concern for the quality of local 18 ROBIN KEARNS AND DAMIAN COLLINS environments, and as such has become one “the hallmarks of a new geography of health” (Kearns & Moon 2002: 611).
A Companion to Health and Medical Geography by Tim Brown, Sara McLafferty, Graham Moon