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Sociology of Medicine. Textbook

Решетников А.В.

NF0001564
978-5-9704-3968-5
2016
368
твердый

 

 

This issue is the second enlarged edition of the textbook ‘Sociology of Medicine’ byAcademician of Russian Academy of Medical Sciences, Social Science Doctor, Doctorof Medicine, and Professor A.V. Reshetnikov. This manual analyzes the evolution, theplace and future development of sociology of medicine in the system of modern scientificknowledge and in the practice of social systems functioning. The textbook sets outsystematic knowledge on the most important topics and areas of sociology of medicinewhich give an idea of the continuity of the formation of medical and sociological concepts,theories, and medicine and health care models, patterns of formulation of medicaland sociological problems and research in these fields, scientific instruments, rulesof evaluation of scientific and practical activities in the health care system.

For health care managers, sociologists, students of medical and sociological faculties,graduate students, teachers and experts in the field of sociology of medicine.

PART I. SUBJECT MATTER IN SOCIOLOGY OF MEDICINE
Chapter 1. Goals and objectives in sociology of medicine
1.1. Medico-sociological views on medicine, healthcare, and the health protection system
1.2. Scientifi c view on the current sociomedical realities
1.3. Crisis of the research paradigm in sociology of medicine in pre-perestroika period
1.4. Research methodology of institutional changes as the basis
of novel scientifi c paradigm of sociology of medicine
1.5. Major applied tasks of sociology of medicine in the study of sociomedical processes
Chapter 2. Methodology of defi nition of object fi eld and subject matter
in sociology of medicine
2.1. Formation of subject matter in sociology of medicine
2.2. Sociology of medicine and social hygiene
2.3. Sociology of medicine and general sociology
2.4. Subject and object in sociology of medicine
Chapter 3. Regularities in gnosiological analysis in sociology of medicine
3.1. Th e levels of medico-sociological knowledge
3.2. Empirical scheme of object in sociology of medicine
3.3. Objects in medico-sociological theory
3.4. Cognition philosophical and worldview attitudes
3.5. Medico-sociological fact
3.6. Medico-sociological problem
Chapter 4. Institutional analysis in sociology of medicine
4.1. Basic scientifi c branches and disciplines of sociology of medicine
4.2. Sociomedical characteristics of institutional changes
4.3. Sociocultural facets of institutional changes in medicine and public health
4.3.1. Comparative analysis of the healthcare system
4.3.2. Sociocultural facets of public health
4.3.3. Medico-sociological view on spread of diseases and their etiology
4.3.4. Social epidemiology
4.3.5. Mortality as medico-sociological problem
4.3.6. Sociological cognition of the eff ect of health and disease on society
4.3.7. Medical education
4.4. Institutional changes in providing medical services
4.4.1. Sociology of PTC
4.4.2. Organization of medical practice
4.4.3. Consumption of medical services
4.5. Sociopsychological aspects of institutional changes in the conduct
of sociomedical groups related to maintenance and promotion
of health and to prevention of the diseases
4.5.1. Social behavior and novel technologies to modify it
4.5.2. Notes on the problems of stress and diseases
4.5.3. Social and group psychiatry
4.5.4. Public health
4.6. Institutional changes in public health management: sociological approach to the problem
4.6.1. Politics and policy in public health
4.6.2. Sociology of professions related to public health
4.6.3. Social facets of healthcare economics
4.6.4. Organization and management in public health structures
4.6.5. Legal and ethical problems
PART II. SOCIOLOGY OF MEDICINE AS A PART OF SCIENTIFIC
KNOWLEDGE SYSTEM
Chapter 5. Milestones in establishment of international and russian sociology of medicine
5.1. Periodization in the development of sociology of medicine
5.1.1. Th e early period (the birth of discipline) in 17th-21st centuries
5.1.2. Th e formation period (beginning of the 20th century - outbreak of world war i)
5.1.3. Th e consolidation period (1920-40s)
5.1.4. Th e period of development as independent discipline (1950-1980)
5.1.5. Th e modern period (form 1990s to the present time)
5.2. Peculiarities in the development of sociology of medicine in Russia
Chapter 6. Interdisciplinary approach as methodological basis of sociology of medicine
6.1. Conception of interdisciplinary research
6.2. Interdisciplinary paradigm of sociology of medicine
6.3. Sociology of medicine and the study of interdisciplinary problems
Chapter 7. Scientifi c schools in sociology of medicine
7.1. Formation of Western schools of sociology of medicine
7.2. Peculiarities in research traditions of sociology of medicine in Russia
Chapter 8. Basic achievements and perspectives of sociology of medicine
8.1. Sociology of medicine and the development of healthcare system
8.2 Socioeconomic facets of modern developmental trends in sociology of medicine
8.3. Methodological and methodical support of the medico-sociological studies
8.4. New vistas in advancing socially actual medico-sociological problems
PART III. COMPARATIVE INSTITUTIONAL ANALYSIS OF THE CONCEPTS
OF HEALTH AND DISEASE IN MODELS AND THEORIES
OF INDIVIDUAL AND SOCIETY
Chapter 9. Biomedical model
9.1. Conceptual basis of biomedical model
9.2. Biomedical model and social pathology doctrine
Chapter 10. Th eories of social accord, confl ict, and the role social models
10.1. he place of health and disease in the theories of social confl ict
10.2. Confl ict as the universal tool of social regulation
10.3. Th eories of social action and the social role models
Chapter 11. Gender problems in sociology of medicine
Chapter 12. Psychoanalytical models of personality structure
12.1. Psychoanalytical theories of Sigmund Freud, Alfred Adler, and Carl Jung
12.2. Modern neurophysiological models of personality structure and psychoanalysis
12.3. Psychoanalysis and sociology of medicine
12.4. Modern psychoanalytical techniques
Chapter 13. Phenomenology and social constructivism
13.1. Phenomenological model of personological concepts
13.2. Social constructivism
Chapter 14. Interactionism and medico-sociological studies
14.1. Conceptual basis of interactionist approach
14.2. Role of socially interactive and creative individuals in perception and interpretation of diseases
14.3. Public medico-sociological control
14.4. Institutionality of ‘ceremonial order’ in public health as the subject
matter of interactionist methodology
14.5. Th e reasons to look ‘healthy’
14.6. Sociology of emotions
Chapter 15. Medical anthropology
15.1. Development and interaction of anthropological studies
15.2. Medical anthropology as a part of sociology of medicine
Chapter 16. Sociological theories and sociology of medicine
16.1. Society as sociocultural system
16.2. Social structure of society
16.3. Institutional forms to construct the public life
16.4. Personality and society
PART IV. SOCIOLOGY OF HEALTH AND DISEASE
Chapter 17. Health as subject matter in sociology of medicine
17.1. Health as scientifi c concept
17.2. Social components of individual health
Chapter 18. Modern social trends in public health
18.1. Indices of population health
18.2. Integrative indicators of population health
18.3. Public health in modern civilization
18.4. Eff ect of economic recession on population health
18.5. Medico-sociological studies of depopulation in modern Russia
Chapter 19. Institutional changes in sociocultural pattern of health and disease
19.1. Health and diseases of human beings
19.2. Social environment of individuals as a factor in etiology of diseases
19.3. Infl uence of family and marriage on diseases
19.4. Impact of work on health
19.5. Lifestyle as conditional factor of health
19.6. Self-preservation behavior
PART V. SOCIOLOGY OF MEDICAL SCIENCE AND PROFESSION
Chapter 20. Sociology of medical profession
20.1. Methodological aspects of medical profession
20.2. Historical aspects of medical profession
20.3. Deontology and biomedical ethics
20.4. Doctor and society
20.5. Doctor and patient
20.6. Moral and ethic aspects in commercial doctor-patient relationship
Chapter 21. Sociology of medical science
21.1. Object and subject matter in medical science
21.2. Problems of interaction between medical science and society
21.3. Collective and individual peculiarities in scientifi c work
21.4. Scientifi c school
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