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Bonnie Evans

British sociology of the 1960s was focused on the study of everyday life and interaction, the normal population rather than the deviant classes of the previous generation of sociological investigation. As Savage has pointed out, it represented a political movement in that it sought to present a new perspective on social interaction, a new vision of society. Post-1962, British

in The metamorphosis of autism
Bonnie Evans

the instruments used to measure it. This chapter examines this radical transformation in the meaning of autism. It examines why the shift in meaning occurred by placing it into the context of legal and political changes in Britain concerning the rights of children, and the impact of these changes on the construction of scientific studies of children. The transformation of social

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Jane Brooks

–1947)’, Queen Alexandra’s Royal Army Nursing Corps Association, The Gazette 3, 6 (1958): 11. 60 Susan McGann, Anne Crowther and Rona Dougall, A History of the Royal College of Nursing A Voice for Nursing, 1916–90 (Manchester: Manchester University Press, 2009), 128. 61 It is not the intention in this chapter to provide a detailed discussion on the foundation of the NHS; there is a wealth of literature on this topic. For a full and detailed account see, for example, Charles Webster, The National Health Service: A Political History (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2002

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