Phil Brown Interview – Part 2

(Duration 14:00)

Contents

Part 2 – A New Epidemiological Paradigm (14:00)

  1. How did you come up with the concept of “popular epidemiology”? 0:40
  2. What do you mean by the “public paradigm.” 2:40
  3. What are some of the problems that you’ve identified with the dominant epidemiological paradigm? 5:10
  4. Can you say more about the limitations of the biomedical model? 8:00
  5. Can you highlight the difference between “popular epidemiology” and “critical epidemiology”? 10:20
  6. How would you summarize Sarah Steingraber’s distinction between upstream and downstream approaches to health? 12:00

Go to Part 3 – “Advocacy Science vs. Politicized Science.”

Title Duration
Part 1 – Early Career & Woburn Leukemia Clusters 9:06
Part 2 – A New Epidemiological Paradigm 14:00
Part 3 – Advocacy Science vs. Politicized Science 12:12
Part 4 – Precautionary Principle 7:24
Part 5 – Moving Forward 13:00
Part 6 – Five Favorites 13:25
Full Interview 63:08

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