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Until about 1972 they did so, in the opinion of an author who surveyed British
health economics, "by means in their way almost as ruthless — but generally
held to be more acceptable — than the ability to pay." 58 Until that time health
care was ...
29 Charles Kadushin, "Social Class and the Experience of 111 Health,"
Sociological Inquiry 34 (1964): 67-80, challenges the sociological dogma of an
association between socio-economic status and the occurrence of chronic
Hopkins University School of Hygiene and Public Health, Department of
International Health, 1972), 931 items on health, however measured, and its
supposed relationship to economic development. Constructed as a working
instrument for ...
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The Epidemics of Modern Medicine
The Medicalization of Life
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