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Public health and the civilizing process.
Milbank Q. 1986; 64(2):161-88.MQ

Abstract

Since the Middle Ages, European society has passed through two successive stages in the "civilizing process." Each has been attended by profound changes in psychological and social codes. These are examined in relation to a greater concern with health and hygiene in response to four waves of epidemics: leprosy, plague, syphilis, and cholera. Speculations are offered about AIDS and the "civilizing process".

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Historical Article
Journal Article

Language

eng

PubMed ID

3520275

Citation

Goudsblom, J. "Public Health and the Civilizing Process." The Milbank Quarterly, vol. 64, no. 2, 1986, pp. 161-88.
Goudsblom J. Public health and the civilizing process. Milbank Q. 1986;64(2):161-88.
Goudsblom, J. (1986). Public health and the civilizing process. The Milbank Quarterly, 64(2), 161-88.
Goudsblom J. Public Health and the Civilizing Process. Milbank Q. 1986;64(2):161-88. PubMed PMID: 3520275.
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