The Diversification of Health

The Diversification of Health

Politics of Large-Scale Cooperation in Nutrition Science

by Bart Penders

Paperback / softback Publication Date: 15/08/2010

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Complex problems and ambitious goals are often thought to become easier by enlarging and diversifying the group of experts dealing with them. As a result, these complex entities are fragmented into smaller ones that can be dealt with by single laboratories. Bart Penders ventured into nutrition science to observe and join teams of scientists to find out what happens to these problems and goals. He attended conferences and workshops and worked in their laboratories. He shows that scientists mobilise everything in their power to solve problems: they reconstruct elements of the problem, such as our health. In the process, the search for health has led to its diversification.
ISBN:
9783837614800
9783837614800
Category:
Dietetics & nutrition
Format:
Paperback / softback
Publication Date:
15-08-2010
Language:
English
Publisher:
Transcript Verlag
Country of origin:
Austria
Pages:
190
Dimensions (mm):
225x135mm
Weight:
0.28kg

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