Conflict Theory and the Two Models of Illness
As a breakdown of supports that hold at bay pathogenic risks of susceptibility and life-change, and as a breakdown of health of social groups under the onslaught of external forces originating in pathogenic environments, illness takes on two different forms in the loss and deprivation-domination models. Both may be traced to conflict theory’s making sense of the diversity and contradictions of modern society.
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