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Author: Eliot Freidson
ISBN: 0029106907
Language: English
Publisher: Free Press (June 1, 1963)
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New York: Basic Books. Chapter 15 p. 361, Stevens, Rosemary (1971:438-39) American medicine and the pub- lic interest. New Haven, CT: Yale University Press; p. 365, Mechanic, David (2006:22) The truth about health care: Why reform is not working in America. New Brunswick, NJ: Rutgers University Press; p. 365, Light, Donald W (2004:19) "Introduction: Ironies of success-A new history of the American health care 'system.

Freidson was not without his critics (Coburn 2006), and the chapter will examine the merits . Cite this chapter as: Calnan M. (2015) Eliot Freidson: Sociological Narratives of Professionalism and Modern Medicine.

Freidson was not without his critics (Coburn 2006), and the chapter will examine the merits of some of these critiques. It will also draw on empirical evidence mainly from the National Health Service (NHS), in England, to examine if concepts such as professional autonomy and discretion, re-stratification and trust are salient in sociological explanations of the current position of medicine. Allen and Unwin: London.

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Freidson's book is a concise introduction to the professions, challenging specialists with its puncturing of theoretically induced misconceptions and offering general readers a clear but .

Freidson's book is a concise introduction to the professions, challenging specialists with its puncturing of theoretically induced misconceptions and offering general readers a clear but critical entrée to the theoretical literature concerning this central aspect of modern society. -Andrew Abbott, Science "This is a stimulating and well-written book which opens up a new perspective on the professions as well. as contributing to existing debates. -David Podmore, Times Higher Education Supplement. 06907/?tag prabook0b-20.

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Eliot Freidson (1923-2005) is considered one of the founders of the sociology of medicine. Profession of Medicine is a landmark in the sociological analysis of the professions in modern society

Eliot Freidson (1923-2005) is considered one of the founders of the sociology of medicine. Both his critics and admirers in the sociological and medical fields recognize his work as an international benchmark. Profession of Medicine is a landmark in the sociological analysis of the professions in modern society. â?”Ron Miller, Sociological Quarterly "This is the first book that I know of to go to the root of the matter by laying open to view the fundamental nature of the professional claim, and the structure of professional institutions.