Get physical with Amanda Smith on ABC Radio National's The Body Sphere. It's a program about the human form and the way we use it as we create and compete, care and abuse, display and hide. Published every Sunday.
March 31st, 2013
Episode 14 of 99 episodes
In 1976 the British sociologist Nicholas Jewson published a paper called The Disappearance of the Sick-Man from Medical Cosmology. As well as having a fabulous title, it describes the historical shifts in the way a patient is treated: from being a whole person to a set of organs to a collection of cells. The medical historian James Bradley reviews the significance of this thesis about bodies, disease and power.
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