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“Diagnosis as Topic and as Resource: Reflections on the Epistemology and Ontology of Disease in Medical Sociology” by Darin Weinberg #sssi https://doi.org/10.1002/symb.504 cc @sociologylens

We have just published a new article by Darin Weinberg. In “Diagnosis as Topic and as Resource: Reflections on the Epistemology and Ontology of Disease in Medical Sociology” Weinberg argues that by demonstrating how framing the epistemology and ontology of … Continue reading

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Out on Early View: Phil Strong: The Importance of Being Erving

“What then was Goffman’s contribution?” asks Phil Strong in his Review Essay in Symbolic Interaction and then elaborates on the incredible work that most sociology and social psychology students read, at least in parts in the course of their education. … Continue reading

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The Sociology of Medical Regulation – Book Review

We have a few new entries on early view. Amongst the new items is Ruth Horowitz’s excellent review of John Chamberlain’s book The Sociology of Medical Regulation: an Introduction. You can find the review here and download it, if you are a member … Continue reading

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