The following bibliography has been borrowed (as a starting point) from Judy Segal’s “Interdisciplinarity and Bibliography in Rhetoric of Health and Medicine” (2005) TCQ 14.3 (pp. 311-318).
Barton, Ellen. “Design in Observational Research on the Discourse of Medicine: Toward Disciplined Interdisciplinarity.” JBTC 15.3 (2001): 309–32.
———, ed. Journal of Business and Technical Communication. Special Issue on Medical Discourse. 19.3 (2005).
Brueggeman, Brenda Jo, Linda Feldmeier White, Patricia A. Dunn, Barbara Heifferon, and Johnson Cheu. “Becoming Visible: Lessons in Disability.” CCC 52.3 (2001): 368–98.
Burke, Kenneth. A Grammar of Motives. New York: Prentice-Hall, 1945.
Charon, Rita. “Narrative Medicine.” LiteSite: Alaska. 21 Dec. 2004 http://www.litsite.alaska.edu/uaa/healing/medicine.html
Dumit, Joseph. Picturing Personhood: Brain Scans and Biomedical Identity. Princeton: Princeton UP, 2004.
Epstein, Steven. Sociology of Health, Illness, and Biomedicine. Course presented at the University of California–San Diego, Department of Sociology, Spring 2000. 21 Dec. 2004
Finocchiaro, Maurice A. “Logic and Rhetoric in Lavoisier’s Sealed Note: Toward a Rhetoric of Science.” Philosophy and Rhetoric 19 (1977): 111–22.
Fullan, Amanda. “Evidence-based Medicine: Defining Evidence.” Anglefire. 21 Dec. 2004 http://www.angelfire.com/art/silentnoon27/405/EBM_DefiningEvidence.html
Greenhalgh, Susan. Under the Medical Gaze: Facts and Fictions of Chronic Pain. Berkeley: U of California P, 2001.
Gross, Alan, and William Keith, eds. Rhetorical Hermeneutics: Invention and Interpretation in the Age of Science. Albany: State U of New York P, 1997.
Gusfield, Joseph. “The Literary Rhetoric of Science.” American Sociological Review 41 (1976): 16–34.
———. “Introduction.” Kenneth Burke: On Symbols and Society. Chicago: U of Chicago P, 1989. 1–52.
Harris, Randy Allen. “Introduction.” Landmark Essays on Rhetoric of Science. Mahwah: Erlbaum, 1997. xi–xlv.
Heifferon, Barbara, and Stuart Brown, eds. Technical Communication Quarterly. Special Issue on Medical Rhetoric. 9.3 (2000).
Lay, Mary. Rhetoric of Midwifery: Gender, Knowledge, and Power. New Brunswick: Rutgers UP, 2000.
Lay, Mary, Laura Gurak, Clare Gravon, and Cynthia Myntti. “Introduction.” Body Talk: Rhetoric, Technology, Reproduction. Madison: U of Wisconsin P, 2000. 3–26.
Lingard, Lorelei, and Richard Haber. “Learning Medical Talk: How the Apprenticeship Complicates Current Explicit/Tacit Debates in Genre Instruction.” The Rhetoric and Ideology of Genre. Ed. Richard Coe et al. Cresskill: Hampton P, 2002. 155–170.
Lyne, John, ed. Journal of Medical Humanities. Special Issue on Rhetoric and Biomedicine. 22.1–2 (2001).
“Making Sense Of: Health, Illness and Disease.” InterDisciplinary Net. 20. Dec. 2004
Overington, Michael A. “The Scientific Community as Audience: Toward a Rhetorical Analysis of Science.” Philosophy and Rhetoric 10 (1977): 143–64.
Schryer, Catherine, Lorelei Lingard, and Marlee Spafford. “Regulated and Regularized: Genres, Improvisation, and Identity Formation in Healthcare Professions.” The Cultural Turn: Perspectives on Communicative Practices in Workplaces and Professions. Ed. Mark Zachry and Charlotte Thralls. Amityville: Baywood, forthcoming.
Scott, J. Blake. Risky Rhetoric: AIDS and the Cultural Practices of HIV Testing. Carbondale: Southern Illinois UP, 2003.
Segal, Judy Z. Health and the Rhetoric of Medicine. Carbondale: Southern Illinois UP, forthcoming.
———. “The Epideictic Rhetoric of Pathography.” Health and the Rhetoric of Medicine.
———. “Problems of Generalization/Genrelization: The Case of the Doctor-Patient Interview.” The Rhetoric and Ideology of Genre. Ed. Richard Coe et al. Cresskill: Hampton P, 2002. 171–186.
Spoel, Philippa, and Susan James. “The Textual Standardization of Midwives’ Professional Relationships.” Technostyle 19 (2003): 3–29.
Weimer, Walter B. “Science as a Rhetorical Transaction: Toward a Nonjustificational Conception of Rhetoric.” Philosophy and Rhetoric 10 (1977): 1–29.