By Ann Hill Beuf
This can be a moment variation of Ann Hill Beuf's admirable e-book in regards to the social state of affairs of hospitalized childrens in twentieth-century the United States.
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This a aide's dress. Child: What's the difference? : We do different stuff. She can give you medicine; I can't. Child: Can you get me my orange juice? : Go ask the candy striper. Child: What's a candy striper? And so on. From the fieldnotes February 1976 Page 27 Outside sources Parents and peers Parents' instruction with regard to the patient role is of great importance, although its measurement lies outside the scope of this research. It is, however, generally acknowledged that the family, depending on social class, kinship structuring, and ethnicity (to name but a few factors), provides some kind of instruction on the patient role.
2. ChildrenHospitalsSociological aspects. 3. ChildrenSociological aspects. I. Title. 1'9892dc1988-15329 CIP Second paperback printing, 1992 Page v In memory of Sol Worth, outspoken critic and loyal friend Page vii Contents Acknowledgments ix Acknowledgments to the second edition xi Introduction 1 one The role of person-in-a-total-institution 11 two Socialization for patienting 25 three Coping i: the children 65 four Coping ii: the staff 83 five Social and sociological implications 111 six Some proposed changes 123 seven Epilogue 145 Notes 181 Bibliography 193 Index 203 Page ix Acknowledgments Many people have made it possible for me to complete this work.
7 These have spread in influence from the economic sphere into other areas of social life, such as education and health. Thus, the patient becomes a product of the processes worked upon him within medical institutions. Contrary to other descriptions, which see bureaucratization as an outcome of the nature of modern technology, McKinlay's sees bureaucratization as a force that, once set in motion by the technological ethos, takes on a life of its own and determines the nature of technology. For example, it is not the way that physicians treat patients that leads to the bureaucratic nature of the hospital.
Biting off the bracelet: a study of children in hospitals by Ann Hill Beuf