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Unformatted text preview: 1. What does Barker mean when she suggests that FMS offers a permissive illness narrative? 2. In what two ways is FMS “invisible”? What does it mean to say FMS sufferers are in an “epistemological purgatory?” 3. How do self-help books help FMS sufferers remake their “lifeworlds”? 4. According to Conrad, what are the three perspectives on compliance? 5. What is a “medication practice”? 6. How did the people Conrad interviewed describe following a prescribed medication practice? 7. How did the people Conrad interviewed describe altering or establishing their own medication practices? 8. What are the four grounds for patient regulation of medication discussed in the article?...
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