- Title Pages
- 1 Introduction
- 2 Embodied Health Movements
- 3 Qualitative Approaches in Environmental Health Research
- 4 Getting Into the Field
- 5 Environmental Justice and the Precautionary Principle
- 6 A Narrowing Gulf of Difference?
- 7 The Health Politics of Asthma
- 8 Pollution Comes Home and Gets Personal
- 9 The Personal Is Scientific, the Scientific Is Political
- 10 School Custodians and Green Cleaners
- 11 Labor-Environmental Coalition Formation
- 12 The Brown Superfund Research Program
- 13 Toxic Ignorance and the Right to Know
- 14 IRB Challenges in Community-Based Participatory Research on Human Exposure to Environmental Toxics
- 15 Conclusion
- Appendix Contested Illnesses Research Group’s Nuts and Bolts and Lessons Learned
- Contested Illnesses
Rebecca Gasior Altman
- University of California Press
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