Tell me why my children died : rabies, indigenous knowledge, and communicative justice
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Tell me why my children died : rabies, indigenous knowledge, and communicative justice / Charles L. Briggs and Clara Mantini-Briggs.
|Main Authors:||Briggs, Charles L., 1953- (Author), Mantini-Briggs, Clara, 1956- (Author)|
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Table of Contents:
- Reliving the epidemic: parents' perspectives
- When caregivers fail: doctors, nurses, and healers facing an intractable disease
- Explaining the inexplicable in Mukoboina: epidemiologists, documents, and the dialogue that failed
- Heroes, bureaucrats, and millenarian wisdom: journalists cover an epidemic conflict
- Narratives, communicative monopolies, and acute health inequities
- Knowledge production and circulation
- Laments, psychoanalysis, and the work of mourning
- Biomediatization: health/communicative inequities and health news
- Toward health/communicative equities and justice.