The current status of medical sociology training in the U.S.A.
One of the indices of the status of an area of specialization in a discipline can be gleaned from the characteristics of the educational preparation for this special field. Within sociology, medical sociology offers a significant object lesson for the sociology of sociology (Day, in preparation) if one observes how the mode of training in this field has developed and what its current outlook is.
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