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- Medicalization of global health 1: has the global health agenda become too medicalized?
- Deviance and Medicalization
- GENDERING THE MEDICALIZATION THESIS
Medicalization of deviant behaviour refers to the process of defining and labelling non-normative and deviant behaviours as a medical problem, typically an illness. The burgeoning use of medicine as an agent of social control, usually as medical intervention, is concomitant with the construction of deviance as an illness.
In the functionalist model, Parsons argued that illness is a form of deviance that disturbs the social function of a society. Discuss the functionalist perspective on illness in society, specifically the role the sick play in a specific society and how that role affects others. Structural functionalism, or simply functionalism, is a framework for building theory that sees society as a complex system whose parts work together to promote solidarity and stability. This approach looks at society through a macro-level orientation, which is a broad focus on the social structures that shape society as a whole.
Medicalization of global health 1: has the global health agenda become too medicalized?
It is understood to be expanding rather than contracting, plays out at the level of interaction or of definitions and agenda-setting, and is said to be largely harmful and costly to individuals and societies. Medicalization of global health issues would overemphasise the role of health care to health; define and frame issues in relation to disease, treatment strategies, and individual behaviour; promote the role of medical professionals and models of care; find support in industry or other advocates of technologies and pharmaceuticals; and discount social contexts, causes, and solutions. In subsequent articles, three case studies are explored, which critically examine predominant issues on the global health agenda: global mental health, non-communicable disease, and universal health coverage. A medicalization lens helps uncover areas where the global health agenda and its framing of problems are shifted toward medical and technical solutions, neglecting necessary social, community, or political action. Medicalization is a process by which human problems come to be defined and treated as medical problems. It involves the application of a biomedical model that sees health as freedom from disease and is characterised by reductionism, individualism, and a bias toward the technological Box 1. Critical examinations of medicalization and its limitations for understanding health owe much to a long tradition of study by sociologists who have uncovered the ways that such varied conditions as addiction, childbirth, infant feeding, sadness, erectile dysfunction, and death have become medical issues to be treated 1 — 6.
In a general sense, medicalization refers to how human conditions and behaviors are defined in medical terms, usually as an illness or disorder. For instance, consider the classic case of alcohol dependence. Once seen as a deviant behavior that some individuals chose to engage in, the American Psychological Association APA now defines it as alcohol use disorder AUD — a genetically heritable, medical illness. Since the APA, and consequently society, medicalizes deviance displayed by subcultural groups such as goths, gamers, or bodybuilders in terms of mental illness, this page chooses to examine medicalization of subcultural deviance by focusing on the medical model of psychology — a model that assumes abnormal or deviant thoughts and behaviors are the result of physical, biological problems and should be treated medically. Nowadays, medicine is a prestigious, lucrative, and powerful industry. As a result, medicine only relatively recently emerged as its own distinct field of study.
Deviance and Medicalization
Medicalization or medicalisation see spelling differences is the process by which human conditions and problems come to be defined and treated as medical conditions , and thus become the subject of medical study, diagnosis, prevention , or treatment. Medicalization can be driven by new evidence or hypotheses about conditions; by changing social attitudes or economic considerations; or by the development of new medications or treatments. Medicalization is studied from a sociologic perspective in terms of the role and power of professionals, patients, and corporations, and also for its implications for ordinary people whose self-identity and life decisions may depend on the prevailing concepts of health and illness. Once a condition is classified as medical, a medical model of disability tends to be used in place of a social model. Medicalization may also be termed " pathologization " or pejoratively " disease mongering ".
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GENDERING THE MEDICALIZATION THESIS
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