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Type: Thesis
Title: Control, compulsion and controversy: venereal diseases in Adelaide and Edinburgh 1910-1947 / by Susan Lemar
Other Titles: Venereal diseases in Adelaide and Edinburgh 1910-1947
Author: Lemar, Susan
Issue Date: 2001
School/Discipline: Dept. of History
Abstract: Argues that despite the liberal use of social control theory in the literature on the social history of venereal diseases, rationale discourses do not necessarily lead to government intervention. Comparative analysis reveals that culturally similar locations can experience similar impulses and constraints to the development of social policy under differing constitutional arrangements.
Dissertation Note: Thesis (Ph.D.)--University of Adelaide, Dept. of History, 2001
Subject: Sexually transmitted diseases Law and legislation South Australia Adelaide History 20th century.
Sexually transmitted diseases Law and legislation Scotland Edinburgh History 20th century.
Social medicine South Australia Adelaide History 20th century.
Social medicine Scotland Edinburgh History 20th century.
Medical policy Social aspects South Australia Adelaide History 20th century.
Medical policy Social aspects Great Britain History 20th century.
Public health Social aspects South Australia Adelaide History 20th century.
Public health Social aspects Scotland Edinburgh History 20th century.
Description: Includes bibliographical references (leaves 280-305).
iii, 305 leaves ; 30 cm.
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