“The Medicalization of Cyberspace is a compelling and comprehensive consideration of how the Internet and web are impacting medical practice, communication between experts and patients, the construction of the posthuman body, and many other pressing issues. In clear and precise prose, it consistently avoids the binary rhetoric all too prevalent in discussions about cyberspace and explores the complex interactions currently taking place between and around medical practices and the web. Highly recommended for anyone interested in how the digital cultures of cyberspace are shaping the practice, understanding, and consumption of medicine in the contemporary period.”

N. Katherine Hayles, UCLA, Author of ‘How We Became Posthuman’

Book Reviews in: Body & Society, New England Journal of Medicine, Surveillance and Society, BioCentre, Human Reproduction and Genetic Ethics


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