Elizabeth Ettorre on gender as a process and regulatory regime
Posted on 25-10-2010
Elizabeth talks about the drugs field and the relative lack of developed material on gender issues.


Elizabeth Ettorre

Professor of Sociology

Location: Liverpool

Elizabeth Ettorre was born in the US where she received a BA in Sociology from Fordham University. She completed her PhD at the London School of Economics. Her sociological work has been in England, Finland and the USA and she holds honorary appointments at University of Exeter (UK), University of Helsinki (Finland), Abo Academy University…

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