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How to be a Sociologist: An Introduction to A Level Sociology

Paperback, 01/06/2021, £12.99
Learn how to think like a sociologist with this short, up-to-date and accessible introduction to studying A Level Sociology or starting Sociology at university. Find out how sociology works and what it can do, as well as where it can take you.

Complementary and Alternative Medicines: Knowledge in Practice

Paperback, 01/01/1996, £18.95
This text is concerned with knowledge and how it is generated within complementary therapies: what kind of authority can be accorded to such knowledge; the nature of research agendas; and what ideas and skills are central to training and how they are transmitted.

New Medical Pluralism?: Complementary Medicine, Doctors, Patients and the State

Paperback, 16/12/1998, £44.99
This comparative text examines the rise of non-orthodox medicine and theorizes the changing nature of health care in modern societies. It engages with sociological debates on modernity and postmodernity, anthropological work.

Complementary Medicine

01/01/1997, £36.00
This book examines concerns about complementary medicine in relation to a range of healing practices; acupuncture, homeopathy, chiropractic, reflexology, Chi Kung, herbalism and osteopathy. The contributors to bring sociological, anthropological and practitioner perspectives to the debate about the future of complementary medicine.