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By Dougal Dixon
What unique creatures does the following day carry? Dougal Dixon's vintage paintings of speculative anthropology blends technology and fable in a beautiful zoology of the future.
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The fourth section will examine research on two specific health care problems commonly experienced in late life: dementia and cerebrovascular stroke. Medical Anthropology and Aging Health is conceptualized by anthropologists as enmeshed in biological, psychosocial, and sociocultural contexts. Because physical symptoms are brought to conscious and interpreted in the context of a culturally based meaning and value system, all of health and disease is fundamentally a social science. In other words, "Disease and illness exist, then, as constructs in particular configurations of social reality" (Kleinman 1980:73).