2023 - Research.com Social Sciences and Humanities in Canada Leader Award
2015 - Fellow of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences
1994 - Fellow of the Royal Society of Canada Academy of Social Sciences
Margaret Lock mostly deals with Menopause, Gerontology, Politics, Medical anthropology and Gender studies. Her work in Gerontology covers topics such as Cross-cultural studies which are related to areas like MEDLINE and Ethnic group. The various areas that Margaret Lock examines in her Politics study include Epistemology, Subjectivity, Everyday life and Medicalization.
Social science and Anthropology are the main areas of her Medical anthropology studies. The Social science study combines topics in areas such as Deconstruction and Subject. Her research in Gender studies intersects with topics in Mythology, State and Ethnography.
Her primary areas of study are Politics, Gender studies, Anthropology, Environmental ethics and Menopause. Margaret Lock interconnects Epistemology, Social science and Commodification in the investigation of issues within Politics. Margaret Lock studies Social science, focusing on Medical anthropology in particular.
Margaret Lock has researched Commodification in several fields, including Diversity and Biopower. Her Gender studies study incorporates themes from Mythology, Medicalization, Identity and Ethnography. Her study in Menopause is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Menstruation, Gerontology and Cross-cultural studies.
Margaret Lock spends much of her time researching Environmental ethics, Anthropology, Epistemology, Gender studies and Cognitive science. Many of her research projects under Environmental ethics are closely connected to Situated with Situated, tying the diverse disciplines of science together. Her Anthropology research integrates issues from Reductionism and Politics.
Her work in Gender studies is not limited to one particular discipline; it also encompasses Mythology. Her Cognitive science research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Embodied cognition, Monster, Developmental psychology, Psychoanalysis and Alzheimer's disease. Her Globe research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Sociology of health and illness, Commodification, Medical anthropology and Biomedicine.
Her primary areas of investigation include Anthropology, Environmental ethics, Nature versus nurture, Epigenome and Situated. Her Anthropology research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Commodification, Cognitive science and Politics. Her work carried out in the field of Politics brings together such families of science as Biomedicine, Medical anthropology, Globe and Sociology of health and illness.
Her specific area of interest is Environmental ethics, where she studies Anthropocene. Her studies deal with areas such as Epigenetics, Biosocial theory, Reductionism and Historical trauma as well as Nature versus nurture. Her Reductionism research incorporates elements of Field and Set.
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The Mindful Body: A Prolegomenon to Future Work in Medical Anthropology
Nancy Scheper-Hughes;Margaret M. Lock.
Medical Anthropology Quarterly (1987)
An Anthropology of Biomedicine
Margaret Lock;Vinh-Kim Nguyen.
Cultivating the Body: Anthropology and Epistemologies of Bodily Practice and Knowledge
Annual Review of Anthropology (1993)
Encounters with Aging: Mythologies of Menopause in Japan and North America
Margaret M. Lock.
Twice Dead: Organ Transplants and the Reinvention of Death
Margaret M. Lock.
Remaking a World - Violence, Social Suffering, and Recovery
Sima Aprahamian;Arthur Kleinman;Margaret Lock;Mamphela Ramphele.
The case for allowing kidney sales
J Radcliffe-Richards;AS Daar;RD Guttmann;R Hoffenberg.
The Lancet (1998)
Pragmatic Women and Body Politics
Margaret M. Lock;Patricia A. Kaufert.
Beyond the body proper : reading the anthropology of material life
Margaret M. Lock;Judith Farquhar.
Published in <b>2007</b> in Durham NC) by Duke University Press (2007)
Remaking life & death : toward an anthropology of the biosciences
Sarah Franklin;Margaret M. Lock.
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