Paul Atkinson; Peter Glasner; Helen Greenslade
|描述：||1 online resource (209 p.)|
|内容：||Book Cover; Half-Title; Series-Title; Title; Copyright; Contents; Contributors; Acknowledgements; 1. Introduction: New genetic identities?; 2. Genetic advocacy groups, science and biovalue: Creating political economies of hope; 3. Patients as public in ethics debates: Interpreting the role of patients' organisations in democracy; 4. From 'scraps and fragments' to 'whole organisms': Molecular biology, clinical research and post-genomic bodies; 5. Fashioning flesh: Inclusion, exclusivity and the potential of genomics. 6. Mapping origins: Race and relatedness in population genetics and genetic genealogy7. The moral and sentimental work of the clinic: The case of genetic syndromes; 8. Medical classification and the experience of genetic haemochromatosis; 9. Towards an anatomy of public engagement with medical genetics; 10. Genetics, gender and reproductive technologies in Latin America; 11. Genomics, social formations and subjectivity; Index.|
|丛书名：||Genetics and Society.|
Using the resources of a wide range of social science disciplines to provide a comparative approach to complex issues, this superb collection explores the local and global consequences of the new genetics.