Culture, Health and Disease: E. Health and Society Miniset E
These 12 volumes represent a range of research from psychology and sociology in relation to the individual in the community. Amongst the titles reprinted are two works by Michael Balint, well known for his application of analytical technique to the problems of general practice and social work. Also available is David Tucket's excellent Introduction to Medical Sociology which considers ways that disease can be influenced by social factors. Themes explored in other volumes cover ways in which working environments affect (and are affected by) employee's mental and physical health, issues of residential care, and the significance of the community as a concept.
- 27 Sep 2001
- Taylor & Francis Ltd
- London, United Kingdom
Table of contents
Baker et al Industrial Organisations and Health (1969) Hb: 0-415-26423-5 Enid Balint and Norell Six Minutes for the Patient (1973) Hb: 0-415-26424-3 Michael Balint A Study of Doctors (1966) Hb: 0-415-26425-1 Michael Balint, Joyce Woodcock, Hunt and Marinker Treatment or Diagnosis (1970) Hb: 0-415-26426-X Brearley Admission to Residential Care (1980) Hb: 0-415-26428-6 Brearley Leaving Residential Care (1982) Hb: 0-415-26429-4 Read Culture, Health and Disease (1966) Hb: 0-415-26430-8 Reekie and Hunt Management in the Social and Safety Services (1974) Hb: 0-415-26431-6 Scherer Contemporary Community (1972) Hb: 0-415-26432-4 Sutherland Towards Community Mental Health (1971) Hb: 0-415-26433-2 Tuckett An Introduction to Medical Sociology (1976) Hb: 0-415-26434-0 Wansbrough and Cooper Open Employment after Mental Illness (1980) Hb: 0-415-26435-9