Co-creating health’s lively, moving frontiers: Brief observations on the facets and possibilities of non-representational theory Academic Article uri icon

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abstract

  • This paper follows up a recent debate on the potential of non-representational theory in health geography (see Andrews et al 2014; Kearns 2014; Hanlon 2014; Andrews 2014c) by outlining, more broadly, some of its key facets and investigative possibilities. The intention is to provide a helpful introduction, and entry point, to this particular way of understanding the world and of going about research that might help scholars reverberate the 'taking place' of health and health care.

publication date

  • November 2014