Subjectivity and social practice

Ole Drejer

The book is published by Health, Humanity and Culture in 2003. The Research Center Health, Humanity and Culture at Aarhus University was established in 1995 and develops research activities commenced within the framework of a research program (1990-94) through funding from the National Danish Council for the Humanities.

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Health, Humanity and Culture is comprised of a core group of 20 recognized Danish scholars from Aarhus University, University of Copenhagen, University of Southern Denmark, Roskilde University and other research institutions. The researchers represent various disciplines within the humanities fields (philosophy, psychology, cultural research, ethnology, historical sociology and information science) and medical and health sciences.

The center has several research agendas related to the analysis and clarification of concepts of health and illness that transcend traditional biomedical concepts, development of the modern welfare state and public health in an age of globalization, facilitation of change in social practices including health practices, and promotion of social justice.

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