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ABSE, Dannie (1923 - 2014), Specialist in charge of chest clinic, Central Medical Establishment, London, 1954–89; writer

in Who Was Who

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Reference Entry. Subjects: Social and Cultural History; Media Studies; Radio; Intellectual History; Literature; Literary Studies (Fiction, Novelists, and Prose Writers); Literary Studies (Poetry and Poets); History of Medicine; Medicine and Health; Physiology. 385 words.

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asocial

Overview page. Subjects: Sports and Exercise Medicine — Media Studies.

1. The absence of a social dimension in a theory.

2. An individual trait of avoiding social interactions or of lacking social sensitivity.

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body politic

Overview page. Subjects: Medicine and Health — Media Studies.

1. An ideological struggle between individuals, groups, and social institutions over control of the human body.

2. Institutionalized social practices and...

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body type

Overview page. Subjects: Media Studies — Medicine and Health.

(somatotype) the characteristic anatomical appearance of an individual, based on the predominance of the structures derived from the three germ layers (ectoderm, mesoderm, endoderm). The...

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BYRON, Tanya (<i>born</i> 1967), consultant clinical psychologist, broadcaster, journalist, author and government adviser; Consultant in Child and Adolescent Mental Health, Hertfordshire Partnership NHS Trust, since 1998

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Reference Entry. Subjects: History of Medicine; Medicine and Health; Psychology; Physiology; Social and Cultural History; Media Studies; Radio; Intellectual History; Interdisciplinary Studies; Communication Studies. 231 words.

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CAMPBELL, David Ross (<i>born</i> 1943), Chairman, NHS National Services Scotland, 2004–08

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Reference Entry. Subjects: Social and Cultural History; Media Studies; Television; Political History; Politics; State and Local Government; History of Medicine; Medicine and Health. 193 words.

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CHOMSKY, (Avram) Noam (<i>born</i> 1928), Institute Professor, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 1976–2002, now Emeritus (Ferrari P. Ward Professor of Modern Languages and Linguistics, 1966–76)

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Reference Entry. Subjects: Social and Cultural History; Arts and Humanities; Linguistics; History; Philosophy; History of Medicine; Medicine and Health; Psychology; Education; Organization and Management of Education; Media Studies; Radio; Intellectual History; Literature. 808 words.

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communication network

Overview page. Subjects: Media Studies — Public Health and Epidemiology.

The population of individuals, ranging in size and complexity from a neighborhood to a nation, who are in touch with one another by word of mouth, or other means such as electronic...

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COTTERELL, John (Henry Geers) (<i>born</i> 1935), Vice Lord-Lieutenant, Herefordshire, 1998–2010; Chairman: Radio Wyvern, 1980–97; Herefordshire Community Health NHS Trust, 1991–97

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Reference Entry. Subjects: History; Genealogy, Heraldry, Names, and Honours; Social and Cultural History; Ethical Issues and Debates; Popular Beliefs and Controversial Knowledge; Media Studies; Television; History of Medicine; Medicine and Health. 173 words.

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DELVIN, David George (<i>born</i> 1939), television and radio broadcaster, writer and doctor; Director, The Medical Information Service, since 1995

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Reference Entry. Subjects: History of Medicine; Medicine and Health; Physiology; Social and Cultural History; Media Studies; Radio; Intellectual History; Literature. 335 words.

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