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