必要があって、デボラ・ラプトンの公衆衛生論をチェックする。文献は、Lupton, Deborah, The Imperative of Health: Public Health and the Regulated Body (London: Sage Publications, 1995); Peterson, Alan and Deborah Lupton, The New Public Health: Health and Self in the Age of Risk (London: Sage Publications, 1996).
Public health became a moral enterprise, in the sense it involved prescriptions about how we should live our lives individually and collectively. (Peterson and Lupton, xii)
Power operates not so much through repression, violence, direct coercion or blatant control as through the creation of expert knowledges about human beings and societies. (Peterson and Lupton, xii)