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Our Chemical Selves Gender, Toxics and Environmental Health

By: Dayna N Scott(Editor)
Our Chemical Selves
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  • Our Chemical Selves ISBN: 9780774828345 Paperback Oct 2015 Usually dispatched within 5 days
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Every day, chemicals trespass into our bodies from water, air, food, and the consumer products present in our homes and workplaces. As public trust in regulatory regimes wanes, evidence of the long-term health risks associated with exposure to toxic chemicals increases. Our Chemical Selves is an interdisciplinary volume covering the science, law, and policy related to adverse health effects associated with everyday exposures to toxic substances. Offering a critical, feminist look at the ways in which conditions for health disparities are produced, this timely book is a valuable resource for policy makers, scholars, advocates, and citizens concerned about environmental and occupational health issues.

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Dayna N. Scott is an associate professor at the Osgoode Hall Law School and in the Faculty of Environmental Studies at York University, Canada.


Contributors:
- Bita Amani
- Matthias Beck
- James T. Brophy
- Samantha Cukier
- Robert Dematteo
- Troy Dixon
- Warren G. Foster
- William Fraser
- Michael Gilbertson
- Susanne Hamm
- Laila Zahra Harris
- Margaret M. Keith
- Sarah Lewis
- Norah MacKendrick
- Patricia Monnier
- Jean Morrision
- Jyoti Phartiyal
- M. Ann Phillips
- Lauren Rakowski
- Nancy Ross
- Annie Sasco
- Dugald Seeley
- Adrian A. Smith
- Tasha Smith
- Alexander Stiver
- Maria P. Velez
- Aimee L. Ward
- Andrew E. Watterson
- Sarah Young

By: Dayna N Scott(Editor)
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