From Medicine to Sociology. Health and Illness in Magdalena Sokolowska's Research Conceptions
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This monograph is the first book in medical sociology that comprehensively describes the research conceptions of the co-founder of the European medical sociology, Professor Magdalena Sokolowska (1922-1989). The study characterizes the stages of formation of the scientific foundations of medical sociology in Europe: the evolution of approach to the phenomena of health and illness from the medical to sociological perspective, the development of feminist studies in medical sociology, the emergence of scientific identity of the subdiscipline, models of interdisciplinary studies on health, and research into complementary and alternative medicine.
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Wlodzimierz Pia tkowski, medical sociologist, MA at Warsaw University, M. Sokolowska's disciple and associate, elected national coordinator of European Society for Health and Medical Sociology in 1990, authored over 200 publications, including Beyond Medicine (2012), university professor of Lublin Medical University and UMCS.