#SocialTheory & #Health, Vol. 15, Issue 2 – New Issue Alert

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New Issue Alert
06/06/2017

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In this issue
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Repositioning of ‘self’: Social recognition as a path to resilience for destitute asylum seekers in the United Kingdom

Fiona Cuthill

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The birth of mindpolitics: understanding nudging in public health policy

Rik Peeters & Marc Schuilenburg

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A black and white issue? Learning to see the intersectional and racialized dimensions of gynecological pain

Christine M. Labuski

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Re-framing weight-related stigma: From spoiled identity to macro-social structures

Lee F. Monaghan

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Taking story seriously

Hannah Bradby

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Charisma and the clinic

Gregory Hollin & Eva Giraud

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