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[In this chapter, we consider how the public or certain publics were able to ‘speak back’ to public health, to challenge its practices and ideologies. We focus on three types of speaking back. The first involved resistance. This could be active, as in the rejection of public health initiatives, or more passive, such as hesitancy or reluctance to engage. The second form of speaking back consisted of complaints made to public health authorities. These included complaints about being surveyed and complaints made to local public health officials. The third form of speaking back involved reinterpretation or appropriation of public health recommendations and communications by sections of the public. We argue that the public, or at least parts of it, in specific contexts, had agency.]
Published: May 17, 2019
Keywords: Resistance; Complaint; Surveys; Health education; Vaccination; Lay epidemiology; Coronary heart disease
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