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Author: Nadja Durbach
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Title: Bodily Matters: The Anti-Vaccination Movement in England, 1853-1907 (Radical Perspectives)
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Bodily Matters: The Anti-Vaccination Movement in England, 1853-1907 (Radical Perspectives) by Nadja Durbach



Bodily Matters: The Anti-Vaccination Movement in England, 1853–1907. January 2012 · Journal of British Studies. Bodily Matters: The Anti-Vaccination Movement in England, 1853–1907. Durham, NC, and London: Duke University Press, 2005. June 2007 · The Journal of Modern History. August 2005 · Journal of the Royal Society of Medicine. Bodily Matters: The Antivaccination Movement in England, 1853–1907.

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Bodily Matters explores the anti-vaccination movement that emerged in England in the late nineteenth century and early twentieth in response to government-mandated smallpox vaccination. By requiring a painful and sometimes dangerous medical procedure for all infants. Great book to read about the history of the antivaccine movement - even in the 1800's - people knew of the horrible side effects it caused to their children. 2 people found this helpful.

Durham, NC: Duke University Press, 2005.

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Bodily Matters explores the anti-vaccination movement that emerged in England in the late nineteenth century and early twentieth in response to government-mandated smallpox vaccination. By requiring a painful and sometimes dangerous medical procedure for all infants, the Compulsory Vaccination Act set an important precedent for state regulation of bodies. From its inceptio Bodily Matters explores the anti-vaccination movement that emerged in England in the late nineteenth century and early twentieth in response to government-mandated smallpox vaccination. From its inception in 1853 until its demise in 1907, the compulsory smallpox vaccine was fiercely resisted, largely by members of the working class who interpreted it as an infringement of their rights as citizens and a violation of their children’s bodies. Nadja Durbach contends that the anti-vaccination movement is historically significant not only because it was arguably the largest medical resistance campaign ever mounted in Europe but also because it clearly articulated pervasive anxieties regarding the integrity of the body and the role of the modern state. Analyzing historical documents on both sides of the vaccination debate, Durbach focuses on the key events and rhetorical strategies of the resistance campaign. Solveig C. Robinson, Perspectives in Biology and Medicine.

Reviews: 6
Kadar
This is one of the few books that I have purchased in both hard copy and e-book formats as I feel it is such an important topic, handled so well and so thoroughly, I want to be able to have it with me to quote from as needed.

Having read an earlier review about poor formatting, I was a bit nervous about how this would read on my iPad but so far, I haven't had an issue - the text is clear and quite readable and I love being able to click on the citation links and go straight to the reference.

Everyone who believes that the smallpox vaccine was medical science's greatest victory needs to read this book. Looking back at the emergence of compulsory vaccination from today's perspective is so different to actually reading what was said at the time by those who were living and surviving (and in some cases, not surviving) this dreadfully unscientific and dangerous procedure.

If a doctor were to administer vaccines today in the way they were administered then - body to body, sharing pus, diseased tissue and unfiltered bodily fluids, he would be in jail or in an asylum. But back then, this was what vaccination was - a barbaric procedure comparable to the bloodletting 'barbers' we laugh at now.

Congratulations, Nadja for such a masterful take on this difficult and vexed subject. I hope your readership will grow - we really need this information to get as wide an airing as possible.
Phalaken
The e book is poorly formatted - difficult to read due to text layout, font choice, size and spacing. Literature on the vaccine debate, which is where this book can do the most good, requires a good layout. With an improved presentation, this book could be highly useful for those currently involved in the pro freedom of choice for medical procedures groups and other opponents to current vaccination policies. The content is well researched and highly valuable. Thank you Nadja Durbach for a great book that is only let down by its image and lack of reading ease.
Gnng
Great Product!!
Coidor
Great book to read about the history of the antivaccine movement - even in the 1800's - people knew of the horrible side effects it caused to their children.
xander
I love this book. I've recommended it in all of my conferences and presentations. Anyone interested in the history of mandatory vaccination, and why vaccination is part of the DNA of the medical profession, should read this very well written and documented book. I used this book as a reference for my book, "Saying No to Vaccines."
Zadora
Are we repeating history with forced vaccinations? What are we doing to our children with these viruses placed directly into the blood stream? How does this affect their health in later years and how does this affect our right to choose what is healthy? This book creates amazing paralles with what is happening now and what happened a century ago. This book may create a guideline to defending our freedom of health choice.