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杨祥银   社会科学文献出版社  2019-03 出版
ISBN:978-7-5201-2671-7
关键词: 权力 医疗

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本书试图以1894~1941年香港东华三院西医引入过程与中西医服务变迁为例,来考察西方医学在近代中国传播过程中发生的中西医之间的对抗与互动关系,以及华人社会对于西方医学的认可与接受过程。考虑到香港当时处于英国的管治之下,本书则以殖民权力对东华三院医疗服务的干涉为主线,探讨东华三院作为一个医疗空间如何在殖民权力和西医霸权的推进下从一个纯粹的中医医院逐步演变为中西医共存的医疗空间。而到20世纪40年代,就留医(住院)服务来说,东华三院更是成为一个以西方医学为唯一治疗方法的西医医院。
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  • 第一章 导论
    1. 第一节 关于医院的故事:历史背景回顾
    2. 第二节 关于医院的研究:学术史回顾
    3. 第三节 资料介绍与说明
    4. 第四节 选题动机与研究思路
  • 第二章 中西医交锋:1894年鼠疫危机与东华医院西医引入(1894~1897年)
    1. 第一节 以公共卫生的名义:港英政府的鼠疫应对机制
    2. 第二节 以传统习俗的名义:华人社会面对鼠疫的反应行为
    3. 第三节 进退两难:遭遇双重信任危机的东华医院
    4. 第四节 分歧与折中:1896年东华医院调查报告与西医引入
    5. 小结
  • 第三章 中西医共存:东华西医服务的稳步发展(1897~1938年)
    1. 第一节 从驻院西医的职责说起:死亡统计与公共卫生
    2. 第二节 驻院西医职责的扩张:临床治疗与护理体系
    3. 第三节 数量与质量:中西医比较
    4. 小结
  • 第四章 中消西长:财政危机与西医霸权(1938~1941年)
    1. 第一节 财政多元化:东华三院经费来源
    2. 第二节 财政危机:政府补助与医务干预
    3. 第三节 中消西长:医务委员会与西医霸权
    4. 小结
  • 第五章 结语:殖民权力与医疗空间
    1. 第一节 殖民话语的建构
    2. 第二节 殖民权力的运作
    3. 第三节 医疗空间的生产与改造
  • 索引
  • 后记
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