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Dominant discourses and deterritorialised narratives

How western biomedical history is blinding us to the importance of basic innovations in tuberculosis care and prevention”, Tuberculosis: Ethics, Law & Society, Centenary Institute, 18 October 2016

Paul Mason

on 21 March 2018

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Dominant discourses and deterritorialised narratives
Dominant Discourse
singular aetiological cause
Deterritorialised biomedical narrative
Reterritorialised biomedical narrative
Not all innovation
is technological
Pidoux wanted to enter nonspecific social and environmental variables into the etiological equation of tuberculosis.
Hermann Pidoux (1802-1882)
Mason, P.H., Oni, T., van Herpen, M.M.J.W., Coussens, A.K. (In press) TB Prevention must integrate technological and basic care innovation, European Respiratory Journal.
Bust of Robert Koch on the grounds of the National Lung Hospital 2013, photo by Greg Fox or Guy Marks -- I can't remember which one...
Source: Mason, P.H., Snow, K., Asugeni, R., Massey, P.D., Viney, K. (In press) Tuberculosis and Gender in the Asia-Pacific Region, Australian & New Zealand Journal of Public Health.
Paul Mason B.Biomed.Sci. Hons(Sci) Grad.Cert.Arts(Anth) Ph.D.
Centre for Values, Ethics and the Law in Medicine, University of Sydney
Department of Anthropology, Macquarie University
Woolcock Institute of Medical Research, University of Sydney

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