The Word as Scalpel: A History of Medical Sociology

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Introduction
1
Felix Marti-Ibanez, ed., Henry E. Sigerist on the History of Medicine (New York: MD Publications, 1960), 14–15.
2
Norman Cameron, “Human Ecology and Personality in the Training of Physicians, ” in Psychiatry and Medical Education: Report of the 1951 Conference on Psychiatric Education. Association of American Medical Colleges (AAMC). (Washington, D. C.: American Psychiatric Association, 1952), 64.
3
Although psychology attracted similar interest a generation earlier, it was only in that part of it that closely paralleled the natural sciences. Approval to teach in terms that more fully expressed the complete range of content in psychology was held back until midcentury. Sheppard Ivory Franz, “On Psychology and Medical Education, ” Science 38 (1913): 555–566; John B. Watson, “Content of a Course in Psychology for Medical Students, ” Journal of the American Medical Association 58 (1912): 916–918.
4
Samuel W. Bloom, “Sociology of Medical Education: Some Comments on the State of the Field, ” Milbank Memorial Fund Quarterly 43 (1965): 143–184. Samuel W. Bloom, “Socialization for the Physician's Role: A Review of Some Contributions of Research to Theory, ” in E. C. Shapiro and L. M. Lowenstein, eds., Becoming a Physician (Cambridge, Mass.: Ballinger, 1979), 3–52. Samuel W. Bloom and Ruth E. Zambrana, “Trends and Developments in the Sociology of Medicine, ” in Julio L. Ruffini, ed., Advances in Medical Social Science (New York: Gordon and Breach, 1983), 1:73– 122.
5
Robert K. Merton, “The Sociology of Science: An Episodic Memoir, ” in Robert K. Merton and Jerry Gaston, ed., The Sociology of Science in Europe (Carbondale, Ill.: Southern Illinois University Press), 5.
6
Joseph Ben-David and Randall Collins, “Social Factors in the Origin of a New Science, ” American Sociological Review 31, 4 (August 1966): 451–465. Edward Shils, “Tradition, Ecology and Institution in the History of Sociology, ” Daedalus 99, 4 (1970): 760–825.
7
See Robert K. Merton, George G. Reader, and Patricia L. Kendall, The StudentPhysician: Introductory Studies in the Sociology of Medical Education (Cambridge: Harvard University Press, 1957. For a summary and complete bibliography of the studies associated with the Columbia University Research team, see Samuel W. Bloom, “The Sociology of Medical Education. ”
8
William Caudill, “Applied Anthropology in Medicine, ” in A. J. Kroeber, ed., Anthropology Today (Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1953). John A. Clausen, “Mental Disorders, ” in Howard Freeman, Sol Levine, and Leo G. Reeder, eds., Hand

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