Sociology and sociology of health: A round trip
Costantino Cipolla, David Hughes, Elianne Riska, Marcel Calvez, Zofia Slonska, Wlodzimierz Piatkowski, Mohammad Akram, Masahira Anesaki, Yoshihiko Yamazaki, Ellen Annandale, Vololona Rabeharisoa, Graham Scambler, Clive Seale, Debra Umberson, Francesca Guarino, Antonio Maturo, Linda Lombi, Paola Canestrini, Alessia Manca, Matteo Moscatelli, Susanna Vezzadini, Barbara Sena, Donatella Simon
pp. 208, 1a edizione 2012 (Codice editore 1341.49)
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The journal offers some cutting-edge insights on old and new issues, such as the problem of the relationship between theory and practice, the definition of the boundaries of the sociology of health, and the ethnocentric nature of most of its categories, given its origins and roots in the Northern American first and in the European contexts later on.
Presentazione del volume
To what extent can we consider the sociology of health as a sub-discipline of its mother-discipline?
It is exactly the problem this special issue of the journal try to tackle by the contribution of a series of scholars at the international level who look at it from the specific observatory of their own country or macro-region - UK, Scandinavia, France, Italy, Poland, India and Japan - and of their different cultural traditions and academic history. Their essays offer some cutting-edge insights on old and new issues, such as the problem of the relationship between theory and practice, the definition of the boundaries of the sociology of health, and the ethnocentric nature of most of its
categories, given its origins and roots in the Northern American first and in the European contexts later on.
Guido Giarelli , Ph.D. at the University College London in 1994, has worked for many years in Africa (Kenya, Tanzania, Mozambique, Senegal, Eritrea) and in Brasil, USA, Great Britain, Sweden, Serbia, Albania and Lebanon, with a specific interest in comparative health systems and unconventional medicines. He is currently Associate Professor of Sociology at the University "Magna GrÆcia" of Catanzaro (Italy) and board member of the Research Committee 15 (Sociology of Health) of the International Sociological Association (ISA); previously, he was the first President of the Società Italiana di Sociologia della Salute (S.I.S.S.), the first secretary of the Section on Sociology of Health and Medicine of the Associazione Italiana di Sociologia (AIS) and the President of the European Society for Health and Medical Sociology (ESHMS) for the period 2007-2010.
Roberto Vignera is Associate Professor of Sociology at the Department of Analysis of Political, Social and Institutional Processes of the University of Catania. From 2011, he is National Secretary of the AIS (Italian Sociological Association) Section of Sociology of Health and Medicine.
Costantino Cipolla, Antonio Maturo, Editorial
Guido Giarelli, Introduction
David Hughes, Medical Sociology in the UK: building a research tradition in the shadow of a Public National Health Service
Elianne Riska, The Sociology of Health and Medicine in Scandinavia
Marcel Calvez, A French paradox according to epidemiologists. On the development of the Sociology of Health in France
Zofia Slonska, Wlodzimierz Piatkowski, The Sociology of Health and Medicine in Poland
Mohammad Akram, Development of Sociology of Health: a review of the contexts and phases, themes and future in India
Masahira Anesaki, Yoshihiko Yamazaki, Health and Medical Sociology in Japan: past, present and future
Roberto Vignera, The role of the Sociology of Health and Medicine in the current debate on interdisciplinarity in Social Sciences
Sociological theory and Sociology of Health and Medicine in the international journals (Guido Giarelli). Round table with: Ellen Annandale, Vololona Rabeharisoa, Graham Scambler, Clive Seale, Debra Umberson
Francesca Guarino, Alcohol and the youth trend. A sociological interpretation (Nicola Strizzolo)
Antonio Maturo, Linda Lombi, Paola Canestrini, Alessia Manca, Matteo Moscatelli, In the double digits. "Salute e Società" ten years later
Susanna Vezzadini, (Bad)Health System's victims between a quest for health and a quest for justice. The response of mediation-conciliation
Barbara Sena, Harold Garfinkel (1917-2011): reflections on his contributions to the sociology of health
Donatella Simon, The social culture of health needs. Filippo Barbano's reading.
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