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by David Mechanic
Author: David Mechanic
Publisher: Free Press; 2nd Printing edition (June 1968)
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Medical sociology: a selective view. Medical sociology: a selective view. by. Mechanic, David, 1936-.
Medical sociology: a selective view. Social medicine, Medical care. New York, Free Press.
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Mechanic D Medical sociology: a selective view. New York: Free Press, 1968. amined in relation to larger sociological concerns and to medical care. 504 p. [University of Wisconsin, Madison, Wil. CC/NUMBER 20. The central issues in medical sociology are ex-. The book explores how medi-cine’s principal responsibilities (understanding how illnesses arise, curing disease and minimizing. disability, and promoting living conditions condu-cive to health and longevity) can be pursued more effectty~yufattention is given to social and psy-.
MECHANICdivides his "selective view". of the field of medical sociology into. three parts and two appendices
MECHANICdivides his "selective view". three parts and two appendices. The book is a selective view of medical sociology which focuses to a considerable degree on social illness ("mental illness," and the aspects of the practice and the experience of medicine). A succinct "topical summary of medical sociology" introduces the book. It will be useful in both graduate courses in social sciences. This content downloaded from 20. 55. 28 on Sun, 21 Dec 2014 21:46:13 PM.
Mechanic, David, Donna D. McAlpine, and David A. Rochefort. Medical sociology, as one of the behavioral sciences, is playing an increasingly important role in medical education today. Mental Health and Social Policy: Beyond Managed Care. Helen Rehr, "Medical Sociology: A Selective View.
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Medical Sociology, a Selective View Medical Sociology is a text book which does a fine j ob of bringing together in one place the findings of several investigations
Medical Sociology, a Selective View. Medical Sociology is a text book which does a fine j ob of bringing together in one place the findings of several investigations. It is a good text book with a few limitations-the limitations, basically, being those of the field rather than of the author and his approach. Medical sociology is still a young field of study. Its literature is not well rounded. David Mechanic examines existing and impending dilemmas the American health care system must manage as it confronts these choices. 07304/?tag prabook0b-20. Mental Health and Social Policy. The result is a masterful volume by one of our leading medical sociologists at the peak of his career.