Call for Papers: 28th Sociology of Health & Illness Monograph
Global inequalities, colonial legacies, and the innumerable power imbalances striating the social world have never been more pertinent to social studies of health and illness. It is thus vital to interrogate how exactly we research these issues, as well as the ethics and politics of knowledge production relating to them.
The 28th Sociology of Health & Illness Monograph will bring together contributions from social scientists working with diverse methods, and across different empirical domains, in order to provide a distinctive sociological perspective on the ways in which we might engage in, and respond to, various forms of complicity in our work. We invite submissions which consider qualitative, quantitative, mixed, and digital methods and which are oriented towards matters of power, politics and ethics in medical sociology
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