2 edition of Alcoholic Problem considered in its Institutional, Medical, and Sociological Aspects. found in the catalog.
Alcoholic Problem considered in its Institutional, Medical, and Sociological Aspects.
Charles B. Towns
1900 in New York .
Written in English
(Reprinted from The Modern Hospital, Vol. 7, no. 6, vol. 8, nos. 1-2)
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Thus, with reference to sociologists Peter Conrad and Joseph Schneider, we can argue that the alcohol problem lacked a medical problem description at the institutional level in the early twentieth century, and to a large extent also at the treatment level, at least within coercive treatment.
30 However, this was not the case at the conceptual. Alcoholism was once considered a problem for men, but an estimated million, or about one third of all alcohol-abusing or alcohol-dependent persons, are women (National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism [NIAAA], ). According to McDonald, the Britons, accustomed to grain-based alcoholic beverages, considered them a special commodity, a kind of treat or escape from the burdens of daily life.
By contrast, the French, accustomed to primarily grape-based alcohol, considered it. Or perhaps a better metaphor, in terms of the perception of not only the public at large, but also of many in the medical and sociological professionals would be that it has reached the institutional status of the Boy/Girl Scouts in terms of the mass appeal of its profile and the ostensible “rightness” of its methods.
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