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Current issue. Special Issues. About the Journal. Publication Ethics. Online first. Instructions for Authors. Instructions for Reviewers. Editorial Office. Editorial Board. Reviewers All Reviewers The social nature of health and illness — evolution of research approaches in Polish classical medical sociology. Introduction and objective: The cognitive identity of medical sociology has developed in a historical perspective in the context of a specific double frame of reference comprising medicine and general sociology.

In this aspect, the presented study is based on the analysis of Polish sociomedical and general-sociological research published from the early s until The purpose of the study is also to describe in this perspective the structure of the research field of contemporary Western medical sociology, which was a major point of reference in this process.

A sine qua non condition for undertaking this scope of research was to work out strictly sociological formulations of these concepts, which was accomplished as a result of the successful reception of general sociology by the subdiscipline in question.

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Publication Timeline. Research Council Book 10 editions published in in English and held by WorldCat member libraries worldwide. Medical sociologists at work Book 7 editions published between and in English and held by WorldCat member libraries worldwide. The participants included medical sociologists from the United States, and from the countries of Western and Eastern Europe, including a delegation, of general sociologists and physicians and also a group of young medical sociologists from Poland.


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