Jennifer R Fishman
Jennifer R Fishman
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Biomedicalization: Theorizing Technoscientific Transformations of Health, Illness, and U.S. Biomedicine
AE Clarke, L Mamo, Shim, JR Fosket, JR Fishman
American Sociological Review 68 (2), 161-194, 2003
AE Clarke, JK Shim, L Mamo, JR Fosket, JR Fishman
Biomedicalization: Technoscience and Transformations of Health and Illnessá…, 2010
Manufacturing desire: The commodification of female sexual dysfunction
JR Fishman
Social studies of science 34 (2), 187-218, 2004
Potency in all the right places: Viagra as a technology of the gendered body
L Mamo, JR Fishman
Body & Society 7 (4), 13-35, 2001
Propranolol and the prevention of post-traumatic stress disorder: Is it wrong to erase the “sting” of bad memories?
M Henry, JR Fishman, SJ Youngner
The American Journal of Bioethics 7 (9), 12-20, 2007
Biomedicalization: A theoretical and substantive introduction
AE Clarke, J Shim, L Mamo, J Fosket, J Fishman
Biomedicalization: Technoscience and transformations of health and illnessá…, 2010
Big data, open science and the brain: lessons learned from genomics
S Choudhury, JR Fishman, ML McGowan, ET Juengst
Frontiers in human neuroscience 8, 239, 2014
Personal genomics and individual identities: motivations and moral imperatives of early users
ML McGowan, JR Fishman, MA Lambrix
New Genetics and Society 29 (3), 261-290, 2010
Citizen science or scientific citizenship? Disentangling the uses of public engagement rhetoric in national research initiatives
JP Woolley, ML McGowan, HJA Teare, V Coathup, JR Fishman, ...
BMC medical ethics 17 (1), 1-17, 2016
Technosciences et nouvelle biomÚdicalisation: racines occidentales, rhizomes mondiaux
A Clarke, JR Fishman, JR Fosket, L Mamo, JK Shim
Sciences sociales et SantÚ 18 (2), 11-42, 2000
From “personalized” to “precision” medicine: the ethical and social implications of rhetorical reform in genomic medicine
E Juengst, ML McGowan, JR Fishman, RA Settersten Jr
Hastings Center Report 46 (5), 21-33, 2016
What's in a disorder: A cultural analysis of medical and pharmaceutical constructions of male and female sexual dysfunction
JR Fishman, L Mamo
Women & Therapy 24 (1-2), 179-193, 2002
Collective fear, individualized risk: the social and cultural context of genetic testing forbreast cancer
N Press, JR Fishman, BA Koenig
Nursing ethics 7 (3), 237-249, 2000
Reflections on the cost of" low-cost" whole genome sequencing: framing the health policy debate
T Caulfield, J Evans, A McGuire, C McCabe, T Bubela, R Cook-Deegan, ...
PLoS Biol 11 (11), e1001699, 2013
After the revolution? Ethical and social challenges in 'personalized genomic medicine'
ET Juengst, RA Settersten, JR Fishman, ML McGowan
Personalized medicine 9 (4), 429-439, 2012
Health-related direct-to-consumer genetic tests: a public health assessment and analysis of practices related to Internet-based tests for risk of thrombosis
KAB Goddard, J Robitaille, NF Dowling, AR Parrado, J Fishman, ...
Public Health Genomics 12 (2), 92-104, 2009
Anti-aging science: The emergence, maintenance, and enhancement of a discipline
JR Fishman, RH Binstock, MA Lambrix
Journal of Aging Studies 22 (4), 295-303, 2008
Serving epigenetics before its time
ET Juengst, JR Fishman, ML McGowan, RA Settersten Jr
Trends in Genetics 30 (10), 427-429, 2014
Are “anti-aging medicine” and “successful aging” two sides of the same coin? Views of anti-aging practitioners
MA Flatt, RA Settersten Jr, R Ponsaran, JR Fishman
Journals of Gerontology Series B: Psychological Sciences and Social Sciencesá…, 2013
Integrating genomics into clinical oncology: ethical and social challenges from proponents of personalized medicine
ML McGowan, RA Settersten Jr, ET Juengst, JR Fishman
Urologic Oncology: Seminars and Original Investigations 32 (2), 187-192, 2014
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