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Author: Steve Sturdy
ISBN: 0415279062
Language: English
Pages: 304 pages
Category: Medicine & Health Sciences
Publisher: Routledge; 1 edition (November 12, 2002)
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This is a list of books in the series Studies in the Social History of Medicine. The series was produced by the Society for the Social History of Medicine and Tavistock, later Routledge, between 1989 and 2009. It totalled 37 volumes

This is a list of books in the series Studies in the Social History of Medicine. It totalled 37 volumes. Titles in the series were: Andrews, Bridie, and Mary P. Sutphen (Ed., Medicine and Colonial Identity (2003). Barry, Jonathan, and Colin Jones (Ed., Medicine and Charity before the Welfare State (1991). Bashford, Alison, and Claire Hooker, Contagion (2001).

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Steve Sturdy Introduction - Medicine, Health and the Public Sphere- Part I. .Routledge studies in the social history of medicine ; 16. ISBN. 0415279062 (alk. paper).

Steve Sturdy Introduction - Medicine, Health and the Public Sphere- Part I - Public-Private Interactions-. 1. Margaret Pelling Public and Private Dilemmas - the College of Physicians in Early Modern London-. Of essential interest to historians and sociologists of medicine, this book will also be of value to historians of modern Britain, historical sociologists, and those engaged in studying the work of Jurgen Habermas. source: Nielsen Book Data).

In this volume, an international team of scholars use the techniques of medical history to analyse the changing boundaries and constitution of the public sphere from early modernity to the present da. Of essential interest to historians and sociologists of medicine, this book will also be of value to historians of modern Britain, historical sociologists, and those engaged in studying the work of Jürgen Habermas. Save up to 80% by choosing the eTextbook option for ISBN: 9781134467914, 1134467915.

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Medicine is concerned with the most intimate aspects of private life. Yet it is also a focus for diverse forms of public organization and action. In this volume, an international team of scholars use the techniques of medical history to analyse the changing boundaries and constitution of the public sphere from early modernity to the present day. In a series of detailed historical case studies, contributors examine the role of various public institutions - both formal and informal, voluntary and statutory - in organizing and coordinating collective action on medical matters. In so doing, they challenge the determinism and fatalism of Habermas's overarching and functionalist account of the rise and fall of the public sphere. Of essential interest to historians and sociologists of medicine, this book will also be of value to historians of modern Britain, historical sociologists, and those engaged in studying the work of Jürgen Habermas.