Antimicrobial Resistance: Social Science Approaches to the Microbiosocial

  31 January 2023

Antimicrobial Resistance (AMR), which is caused through changes to microbes’ responses to antimicrobial drugs, poses major threats to global health and development. There is a growing recognition of the importance of inter-sectoral and interdisciplinary knowledge in forming responses to address AMR. This chapter examines the major approaches to what the authors term the microbiosocial as a shorthand means to emphasize the social–environmental relationships with the microbiological. 

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Author(s): Andrea Whittaker and Trang Do
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