Repressive authenticity in the quest for legitimacy: Surveillance and the contested illness lawsuit
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KeywordsAustralia; Contested illness; Workers' compensation; Surveillance; Legitimacy; Multiple chemical sensitivities; Risk; Authenticity; Insurance;
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