Volume 6, Issue 2, 2007

Complete issue
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DOI: 10.3384/hygiea.1403-8668.0771
Preface
Hygiea Internationalis 2007 6(2): 5-5
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Introduction: Cultural History of Medical Regulations
Hygiea Internationalis 2007 6(2): 7-11
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International Social Medicine between the Wars: Positioning a Volatile Concept
Hygiea Internationalis 2007 6(2): 13-35
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Medicine as a Social Political Science: The Case of Spain c. 1920
Hygiea Internationalis 2007 6(2): 37-52
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Social Hygiene and Social Medicine in Interwar Czechoslovakia with the 13th District of the City of Prague as Its Laboratory
Hygiea Internationalis 2007 6(2): 53-68
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Films in Spanish Health Education: The Case of Child Health (1928–1936)
Hygiea Internationalis 2007 6(2): 69-97
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Two Cultures of Regulation? The Production and State Control of Diphtheria Serum at the End of the Nineteenth Century in France and Germany
Hygiea Internationalis 2007 6(2): 99-120
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Contagion and Cultural Perceptions of Accepted Behaviour : Tuberculosis and Venereal Diseases in Scandinavia c.1900–c.1950
Hygiea Internationalis 2007 6(2): 121-133
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Between the German Model and Liberal Medicine: The Negotiating Process of the State Health Care System in France and Spain (1919–1944)
Hygiea Internationalis 2007 6(2): 135-149
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Outdated Fraudulent Healing? Homeopathy on Trial: The Homeopathic “Pill Scandal” in the 1950s and Modernisation of Health Care in Sweden
Hygiea Internationalis 2007 6(2): 151-176
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Health Care between Medicine and Religion: The Case of Catholic Western Germany around 1800
Hygiea Internationalis 2007 6(2): 177-194
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What was the Best for an Infant from the Middle Ages to Early Modern Times in Europe?: The Discussion Concerning Wet Nurses
Hygiea Internationalis 2007 6(2): 195-213
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