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Revisiting race in a genomic age / edited by Barbara A. Koenig, Sandra Soo-Jin Lee, and Sarah S. Richardson
New Brunswick, N.J. : Rutgers University Press, c2008
book jacket
Location Call Number Status
 3rd Floor  GN269 .R48 2008    AVAILABLE
Subject(s) Race
Genomics -- Social aspects
Genomics -- Moral and ethical aspects
Physical Description xv, 376 p. : ill. ; 23 cm
Note Includes bibliographical references and index
Contents Race : past, present, and future / Jonathan Marks -- What genes are, and why there are no genes for race / John Dupré -- A social constructionist analysis of race / Sally Haslanger -- Individual ancestry inference and the reification of race as a biological phenomenon / Deborah A. Bolnick -- Race, ancestry, and medicine / Marcus W. Feldman and Richard C. Lewontin -- Will tomorrow's medicines work for everyone? / Sarah K. Tate and David B. Goldstein -- Patenting race in a genomic age / Jonathan Kahn -- The molecularization of race : U.S. health institutions, pharmacogenetics practice, and public science after the genome / Duana Fullwiley -- Tracking race in addiction research / Molly J. Dingel and Barbara A. Koenig -- Genetic ancestry and the search for personalized genetic histories / Mark D. Shriver and Rick A. Kittles -- Genetic genealogy : genetics meets the marketplace / Henry T. Greely -- : in search of Native American race and tribe / Kimberly Tallbear -- The factness of diaspora : the social sources of genetic genealogy / Alondra Nelson -- Moving beyond the two-race mantra / Pamela Sankar -- Cops, sports, and schools : how the news media frames coverage of genetics and race / Sally Lehrman -- Race without salvation : beyond the science/society divide in genomic studies of human diversity / Jenny Reardon -- The feasibility of government oversight of NIH-funded population genetics research / Jacqueline Stevens -- Racial realism and the discourse of responsibility for health disparities in a genomic age / Sandra Soo-Jin Lee
NOTE 532127
Series Studies in medical anthropology
Alternate Author Koenig, Barbara A
Lee, Sandra Soo-Jin, 1966-
Richardson, Sarah S., 1980-

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