THE NEW APPROACHES TO COMPREHENSION OF MEDICALIZATION IN INTERNATIONAL SOCIOLOGY OF MEDICINE
The article presents main characteristics of the conception of medicalization, from its theoretical substantiation. The evolution of ideas of Western researchers of the given problem is analyzed from 1970 to 2010. The increasing of number of studies and theoretical reflexing concerning medicalization resulted in development of such parallel conceptions as medicamentalization and biomedicalization.
About the authorsBasov A.V.
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