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by Geoff Payne,Pamela Abbott

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185000787X
Author:
Geoff Payne,Pamela Abbott
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Social Sciences
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English
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Routledge; 1 edition (August 3, 1990)
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Papers dealing with health at work, health in the home, and public health policy complete a collection which illustrates how sociology in the 1990s can contribute to the prevention of illness and the maintenance of good health.

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The sociology of medicine has come a long way from its origins in epidemiology and clinical practice

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Tensions in Implementing the New Genetics . Elwyn, Glyn; Gray, Jonathon; Iredale, Rachel; Donnai, Dian; Kerzin-Storrar, Lauren; Craufurd, David; Evans, Gareth; Clayton- Smith, Jill; Kingston, Helen; Hapgood, Rhydian; Qureshi, Nadeem; Avery, Tony; Kumar, Satinder; Gantley, Madeleine. Elwyn, Glyn; Gray, Jonathon; Iredale, Rachel; Donnai, Dian; Kerzin-Storrar, Lauren; Craufurd, David; Evans, Gareth; Clayton- Smith, Jill; Kingston, Helen; Hapgood, Rhydian; Qureshi, Nadeem; Avery, Tony; Kumar, Satinder; Gantley, Madeleine (2000-08-22). Related Items in Google Scholar.

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His recent publications include New Directions in the Sociology rif Health (1990) and The Social Mobility rifWomen (1991), both with Pamela Abbott.

ByPamela Abbott, Geoff Payne. The sociology of medicine has come a long way from its origins in epidemiology and clinical practice

ByPamela Abbott, Geoff Payne. Pages 11. The sociology of medicine has come a long way from its origins in epidemiology and clinical practice. This is different model from one that starts with ill health, or that contained within the medical model.

New Directions In The Sociology Of Health (Explorations in Sociology, No. 36). Pamela Abbott. The Social Mobility Of Women: Beyond Male Mobility Models. Geoff Payne; Pamela Abbott both of the University of Plymouth. Category: Общественные науки прочие, Социология.

Introduction: Developing the Sociology of Health, Pamela Abbott and Geoff Payne. 2. Socio-economic Conditions and Aspects of Health: Respiratory Symptoms in Four West Yorkshire Mining Localities, Gary Littlejohn, Michael Peake, Dennis Warwick, Sheila Allen, Valerie Carroll and Caroline Welsh. 3. Opening the ‘Black Box’: Inequalities in Women’s Health, Sara Arber. 4. Distance Decay and Information Deprivation: Health Implications for People in Rural Isolation, George G. Giarchi. 5. ‘We’re Home Helps Because we Care’: The Experience of Home Helps Caring for Elderly People, Lorna Warren

The sociology of medicine has come a long way from its origins in epidemiology and clinical practice. Like all specialist areas of study it has developed its own internal debates, over the years there has been a shift from a sociology in medicine to a sociology of medicine, and from a sociolgy of medicine, towards a sociology of health and illness. It is to the development of this latter perspective that this volume is addressed.