RP_4 - Sociology 357 B Dr. Janardan Subedi Fourth Response...

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Sociology 357 B Dr. Janardan Subedi Fourth Response Paper By Christine Berdelle February 21, 2012 It is truly fascinating once I finally came to the realization that modern medicine has not always been around. Ever since we, Generation Y, have been on this earth, medicine has been accessible to us. It was around when my mother gave birth to her three children. It was around when we needed our first shots in kindergarten, since a physical is a requirement before attending school. Modern medicine was around when I was given casts for both my leg and arm, as I broke these bones in a soccer game in fourth grade. It was around when my grandma was battling with cancer and was fortunately able to stay around for longer than the doctors expected. Today, medicine is a big part of not only my life, but everyone’s lives. Yet, we do not even realize this until we sit down and think about it. In Chapter 16, “Professionalization, Monopoly, and the Structure of Medical Practice,” we learn that medicine first appeared in the 17 th century.
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The medical industry was much different then, than it is now. In fact, medicine did not actually become a full-time vocation until the early 19
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This note was uploaded on 02/26/2012 for the course SOC 357 taught by Professor Subedi during the Spring '12 term at Miami University.

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RP_4 - Sociology 357 B Dr. Janardan Subedi Fourth Response...

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