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The Experience of Temporality by a Group of Asian and Caucasian Diabetic Patients

By Danny Meetoo


This contentious paper aims to explore the experience of time by individuals\ud who have been diagnosed with diabetes mellitus. It further argues that the\ud temporal processes form central to the diabetic experience and it proceeds to\ud depict the arenas in which time is transformed by virtue of diabetes. Finally, it\ud is proposed that understanding the person as a whole being is necessary if selfmanagement\ud of diabetes is to be successful

Topics: R1, H1
Publisher: University of Huddersfield
Year: 2004
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