"The Vulnerable Empowered Woman" assesses the state of women's
healthcare today by analyzing popular media
representations--television, print newspapers, websites,
advertisements, blogs, and memoirs--in order to understand the ways
in which breast cancer, postpartum depression, and cervical cancer
are discussed in American public life. Tasha N. Dubriwny's analysis
concludes with a call to re-politicize women's health through
narratives that can help us imagine women, and their relationship
to medicine, differently.
Rutgers University Press
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