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Alcohol health education campaigns in England
Alex Mold

P. Miller and N. Rose, ‘Governing economic life’, Economy and Society , 19:1 (1990), 1–31. 10 D. Armstrong, ‘Origins of the problem of health-related behaviours: a genealogical study’, Social Studies of Science , 39:6 (2009), 909–26; R. Crawford, ‘Healthism and the medicalization of everyday life’, International Journal of Health Services: Planning, Administration, Evaluation , 10:3 (1980), 365

in Balancing the self
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Gareth Millward

have made a major impact, despite the investment in health promotion and public health targeted in particular ‘at risk’ groups. 104 The authors identified five aspects that affected how publics receive public health messages. First, the extent to which the source of the information is trusted; second, ‘the relevance of the information to everyday life’; third, ‘the relation to other perceived risks’; fourth, ‘the fit with previous knowledge and experience’; and fifth ‘the difficulty and importance of

in Vaccinating Britain
Bonnie Evans

everyday life and expression. A growing generation of grammar-school-educated critical thinkers was finally able to challenge the authority of traditional models of social progress and evolutionary development espoused by authorities such as Cyril Burt. On the international stage, the British Empire was in its death throes. Harold Macmillan’s ‘Winds of Change’ speech to the

in The metamorphosis of autism
Bonnie Evans

the condition. 83 Lowenfeld argued that her ‘world technique’ was a tool of particular value for the study of schizophrenic children. Children were presented with trays of sand and miniature toys representing their everyday life and experience, and through this they were expected to express their emotions and inner worlds. 84 Other North American writers were interested in the drawings of child

in The metamorphosis of autism
Bonnie Evans

British sociology of the 1960s was focused on the study of everyday life and interaction, the normal population rather than the deviant classes of the previous generation of sociological investigation. As Savage has pointed out, it represented a political movement in that it sought to present a new perspective on social interaction, a new vision of society. Post-1962, British

in The metamorphosis of autism