Holistic Health and Biomedical Medicine outlines a new framework for social science research. Illustrated in an analysis of the American health care system, Lyng presents an empirical study of the relationship between medical knowledge and the social structure of medical practice in America. Through a synthesis of ideas from such diverse perspectives as classical Marxian theory and the medical model embraced by the holistic health movement, Lyng articulates a amedical countersystema that is contrasted against the traditional biomedical model of medical practice. What results is an entirely unique Marxian analysis of the U.S. health care system, one that examines how the system evolved historically as well as describes several possibilities for the future of medicine in America.The Holistic Health Handbook. Berkeley, California: And/Or Press. Benson, J. ... New Brunswick, N.J.: Transaction Books. Bertalanffy, L. (1968). General ... Bradley, Keith and Alan Gelb, (1983). Worker Capitalism: The New Industrial Relations.
|Title||:||Holistic Health and Biomedical Medicine|
|Publisher||:||SUNY Press - 1990-08-14|