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2012 | 61 | 2 | 81-113
Article title

„Życie w ramach” wyznaczonych chorobą nowotworową – rola socjologii medycyny

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EN
Life in the framework of cancer – the role of medical sociology .
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Abstracts
PL
Śledząc rozwój socjologii choroby i zmiany, jakie się w niej dokonały za sprawą stosowanych perspektyw teoretycznych i paradygmatów, zwrócono uwagę na choroby nowotworowe w relacji do psychospołecznych konsekwencji diagnozy, leczenia i życia po raku. Odwołując się do własnych doświadczeń badawczych ukazano znaczenie zachowań w chorobie oraz koncepcji jakości życia uwarunkowanej stanem zdrowia dla „społeczeństwa remisji”.
EN
Following the development of the sociology of illness and observed changes in relation to used theoretical frameworks and paradigms, special attention has been paid to cancer due to psychosocial consequences of cancer diagnostics, medical treatment and “living with cancer”. Based on empirical experiences coming from performed sociomedical studies, the role of illness behaviors in cancer patients and subjective assessment of health-related quality of life by survivals have been presented in the increasing “society of remission”.
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61
Issue
2
Pages
81-113
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Dates
published
2012
Contributors
  • Uniwersytet Jagielloński – Collegium Medicum w Krakowie
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0033-2356
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