Connecting the Micro and Macro Approaches: Cultural Stakes in Health Communication

Abstract

Prior to the establishment of Health Communication as an independent field of study, the socio-cultural dimensions of health and illness (patient/health aide relationship, social representations in health, etc.) were largely covered by sociology and anthropology. (Adam, and Herzlich 1994) Jodelet: “These pioneering disciplines have not failed to integrate a… (More)

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@inproceedings{NahonSerfaty2009ConnectingTM, title={Connecting the Micro and Macro Approaches: Cultural Stakes in Health Communication}, author={Isaac Nahon-Serfaty and Rukhsana Ahmed and Sylvie Grosjean and Luc Bonneville}, year={2009} }