Published June 1983
by Johnson Inst .
Written in English
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The formation of AA – Alcoholics Anonymous – in the s and the publication of noted psychiatrist and Director of the Center of Alcohol Studies at Yale Medical School E. M. Jellinek’s famous book defining the concept of alcoholism as a medical disease facilitated moving alcoholism into a different light. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Jellinek, E.M. (Elvin Morton), Disease concept of alcoholism. New Haven, Hillhouse Press . The Disease Concept of Alcoholism Today by Blume, Sheila B. and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at Alcoholism is not a Disease. Addiction & Treatment. Alcoholism: A disease of speculation. "In , the writer Ivan Illich warned in the book, Limits to Medicine, that 'the medical establishment has become a major threat to health'. At the time, he was dismissed as a maverick, but a quarter of a century later, even the medical establishment is.
This book was considered the most careful and penetrating analysis of its theme up to its time of publication. In he left Yale to develop work on alcoholism for the World Health Organization and other research centers concerned with the study of alcoholism. The Disease Concept of Alcoholism is now considered a classic work in the : Martino Fine Books. Abstract “The disease concept of alcoholism,” as introduced by Jellinek (23) in in a book bearing that name, has been an inordinately productive concept both in the range of issues which it raised and also in its medical and social utility. Jellinek derived his concepts from a wealth of clinical experience; the book reflected his attempt to extract certain common denominators Cited by: 8. The modern disease theory of alcoholism states that problem drinking is sometimes caused by a disease of the brain, characterized by altered brain structure and function.. The largest association of physicians - the American Medical Association (AMA) declared that alcoholism was an illness in In , the AMA further endorsed the dual classification of alcoholism by Specialty: Psychiatry. In his book Why We Should Reject The Disease Concept of Alcoholism, Herbert Fingarette, Ph.D., makes the following observations: In the United States, but not in other countries such as Great Britain (Robertson and Heather, ), the standard answer is to call the behavior a disease – ‘alcoholism’ – whose key symptom is a pattern of.
The Disease Concept of Alcoholism Today Paperback – June 1, by Sheila B. Blume (Author) See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Price New from Used from Paperback, June 1, "Please retry" Author: Sheila B. Blume. Get print book. No eBook available conception of alcoholism condition consumption countries course craving for alcohol damage definition delirium tremens delta alcoholism disease conception disorder drinker drug addiction drunkenness economic effects of alcohol ethyl alcohol etiology etiology of The disease concept of alcoholism Pub. on. Facing Addiction and The National Council on Alcoholism and Drug Dependence “The disease concept of alcoholism,” as introduced by Jellinek(23) in in a book bearing that name, has been an inordinately productive concept both in the range of issues which it raised and also in its medical and social utility. Alcoholics Anonymous and the Disease Concept of Alcoholism. Ernest Kurtz, Ph.D. Given the issues and prejudices involved, it is unlikely that the question of the historical relationship between Alcoholics Anonymous and the disease concept of alcoholism will ever be definitively resolved. But this does not mean that study of the topic is Size: KB.