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The word as scalpel: a history of medical sociology

Опубликовано на портале: 28-11-2006
New-York: Oxford University Press, 2002, 348 с.
Тематический раздел:
The author provides an interpretation of historical events that intertwine the history of medical sociology with changes in medical science and education; with the changing economics, politics and practices of health care; with shifting social values; and with the changing nature, status, and major concerns of sociology.

 

Introduction

 

3.

PART I. Medical Sociology before 1940

 

 

1. The Origins: Medicine as Social Science, Public Health, and Social Medicine

 

11.

2. American Sociology before 1920: From Social Advocacy to Academic Legitimacy

 

21.

3. Between the World Wars

 

39.

4. The University of Chicago 

 

5. Regional and Intellectual Influences

 

63.

 

83.

PART II. Medical Sociology, 1940–1980

 

 

6. First Steps toward Social Identity: Effects of the War and Its Aftermath on Medical Sociology

 

111.

7. Postwar Medical Sociology: The Founders at Major Universities, 1945–1960

 

131.

8. The Role of NIMH, 1946–1975

 

155.

9. Becoming a Profession: The Role of the Private Foundations

 

181.

10. From Ad Hoc Committee to Professional Association: The Section on Medical Sociology, 1955–1980

 

215.

PART III. The Current Status of Medical Sociology

 

 

11. An Era of Change, 1980–2000

 

247.

Notes

 

285.

Index

 

335.

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