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Coreen Anne McGuire

distinct classes is reduced when ‘the group is not so well mobilized; when it articulates demands in relation to a form of social difference that is not already institutionalized in state policies; and when its frames do not resonate with the public of policymakers, perhaps because of the difficulty of advancing a biological difference argument’. 14 If we consider disability, as Elizabeth Barnes does, as primarily a social phenomenon, then we could indeed argue that there are good health-related reasons to consider disability to be a reference class. Against this, we

in Measuring difference, numbering normal
Christine E. Hallett

Revolution, 1891–1924 (London:  Pimlico, 1997 [1996]); Sheila Fitzpatrick, The Russian Revolution, 3rd edn (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2008). On the New Economic Policy of 1921, see: Chris Ward, Russia’s Cotton Workers and the New Economic Policy: Shop Floor Culture and State Policy, 1921–1929 (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2002). 51 Fitzpatrick, The Russian Revolution: 1. See also: Figes, A People’s Tragedy. 52 Britnieva, One Woman’s Story: 69. 53 Fitzpatrick, The Russian Revolution: 22. 54 ‘They had all committed the same crime, the crime of being

in Nurse Writers of the Great War
Colonialism and Native Health nursing in New Zealand, 1900–40
Linda Bryder

: Canterbury University Press, 2nd edn, 2005). 12 Maclean, Challenge for Health, p. 202. 13 On the Young Māori Party, see also R.  S. Hill, ‘Maori and state policy’, in G.  Byrnes (ed.), The New Oxford History of New Zealand (Oxford:  Oxford University Press, 2009), pp. 521–5. 14 See P. A. Sargison, ‘Hei, Akenehi, 1877/78?–1910’, in The Dictionary of New Zealand Biography, vol. 3, 1900–1920 (Auckland: Auckland University Press with Bridget Williams Books, 1996), pp. 309–11. 15 P. Sargison, Notable Women in New Zealand/Te Hauora ki Aotearoa:  Ona Wahine Rongonui (Wellington

in Colonial caring
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Martin D. Moore

of Rochester Press, 2005). 8 Szabo, Incurable and Intolerable . 9 Ibid.; Weisz, Chronic Disease in the Twentieth Century ; A. Levene, ‘Between less eligibility and the NHS: the changing place of Poor Law hospitals in England and Wales, 1929–39’, Twentieth Century British History , 20:3 (2009), 322–45. 10 R. M. M. Domenech and C. Casañeda, ‘Redefining cancer during the interwar period: British Medical Officers of Health, state policy, managerialism and public health’, American Journal of

in Managing diabetes, managing medicine
Fighting a tropical scourge, modernising the nation
Jaime Benchimol

controlled the state and gain the support of the public and key opinion-forming groups in the country. Hideyo Noguchi's vaccine and serum were produced in a far more integrated, interdependent global context, where scientific data was disseminated by teams of researchers and institutions subject to state policies and by international health organisations. Noguchi's vaccine and serum never stopped being a backup tool for the

in The politics of vaccination
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Managing diabetes, managing medicine
Martin D. Moore

. Domenech and C. Casañeda, ‘Redefining cancer during the interwar period: British Medical Officers of Health, state policy, managerialism and public health, American Journal of Public Health , 97:9 (2007), 1563–71. For an earlier development of managerial attitudes and structures in hospitals: Waddington, Charity and the London Hospitals, 1850–1898 , pp. 135–58. 85 Foucault, Discipline and Punish . 86 T. P. Porter, Trust in Numbers: The Pursuit of Objectivity in Science and Public Life (Princeton: Princeton

in Managing diabetes, managing medicine