Critical epistemology of emerging infectious diseases
New to whom?
Why are certain concepts used?
Include poor in First World
Critical Epistemology: way of knowing, assumptions of underlying are
Social cultural and history b
GGRB28 Geographies of Disease
March 19th, 2014
Sandy Romain, PhD Candidate
Pre-Columbian Language Families
Polar Aboriginal Peoples
High prevalence and
International Epidemiological Association 2002
Printed in Great Britain
International Journal of Epidemiology 2002;31:940945
The association of housing density,
isolation and tuberculosis in
Canadian First Nations communities
Michael Clark,a Peter Ribena
Exam Review GGRB28
Chapter 2 Farmer Rethinking Emerging Infectious Diseases
1. What is critical epistemology?
a. A critical approach asks how existing frameworks might limit our ability to
discern trends that are related to the emergence of disease