distributive analysis

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dis·trib·u·tive a·nal·y·sis

the analysis of information gained about the patient and its distribution by the physician, as indicated by the patient's complaint and symptoms.
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He argues against an individual rights framework, and encourages scholars and activists to pay attention to "impact rather than intent," employing a distributive analysis that attends to disciplinary and biopolitical forms of power.