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8 01, 2017

The prisoner of Parkinson studies

2020-04-29T19:09:28+02:00Gennaio 8th, 2017|Categorie: Parkinson|Tag: , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , |0 Commenti

The prisoner of Parkinson studies Dear Professor Carlini, I am a french family doctor but also a university teacher and medical searcher in general practice. I have to do a litterature review of some sociologicals works within my master. The title is "coordination of trajectories of the patient suffering from chronical illness". I am interested in parkinson's disease and so I discoverd your theory. The Prisoner of Parkinson. It is very interesting and I will cite you in my work. I have only one question: Wich was the basic study for your theory? I have to mention [...]

8 09, 2015

We are without a pain culture: The Prisoner of Parkinson

2020-04-29T19:10:36+02:00Settembre 8th, 2015|Categorie: Parkinson|Tag: , , , , , , , , , , |0 Commenti

The American case: The Prisoner of Parkinson without a Pain sociology By Prof. Giovanni Carlini Speaking with eighty Sociology faculties in American Universities on the theory of The Prisoner of Parkinson, it comes out that the study of the pain and of the illness is emerges as the study of pain is still little taken into account. Watching all the intense researches on the sociology of the family, fertility and gender issues, (man and woman with attached relations and social inclusion) it is not yet gained an adequate awareness about the transformations that undergoes life facing the [...]