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Cvetkovich explores depression, then, as an instructive feeling, a feeling productive of different kinds of knowledge. I should note that the distinction between affects, emotions, feelings, drives and so forth is hotly debated within the field of affect theory.
This review is not really the place for such jargon-related niceties, however. While the theoretical language of affect theory may seem impenetrable to those without training, its emphasis on the autobiographical and the emotional allows Depression to have a humanity and an accessibility that much academic writing fails to render and achieve.
The introduction is the most difficult part of the book to finish.
Cvetkovich spends much of it touching on the theoretical bases of her project—affect theory, critical race theory, queer theory—without going into much detail about each of these influences. The result feels like a litany of names and ideas without much content;  this is a larger problem with Depression , and its presence in the introduction I found rather discouraging. The multimedia assets give anesthesiologists and residents the advantage of being prepared for a variety of situations in the clinical setting and for exams. LWW Health Library. Emergency Medicine.
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