Ghost in the Machine: A Genealogy of Phantom-prosthetic Relations

Ghost in the Machine: A Genealogy of Phantom-prosthetic Relations

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Data included ten months of observation at a San Francisco bay area orthotic and prosthetic clinic, observation at an annual Amputee Coalition of America conference, eight in-depth semi-structured interviews with key researchers and practitioners in the field, and an interpretive content analysis of 439 articles published in the medical literature from 1930 to 2005.I jumped up and down on my a#39;cheetah legs, a#39; my carbon flex sprinting prosthetics... when I wear them, especially when I run, ... They have also considered industrialized capitalist cultures, with their divisions between manual and mental labors, anbsp;...


Title:Ghost in the Machine: A Genealogy of Phantom-prosthetic Relations
Author:Cassandra S. Crawford
Publisher:ProQuest - 2007
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