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  Volume 29, Number 4-5, August-October 2004

Table of Contents

From: Journal of Health Politics, Policy and Law

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Special Issue: Transforming American Medicine: A Twenty-Year Retrospecitive on The Social Transformation of American Medicine

Professional Sovereignty in a Changing Health Care System: Reflections on Paul Starr's The Social Transformation of American Medicine

pp. vi, 557-568

Comments on the Retrospective Issue

pp. 569-573

Precis of Paul Starr's The Social Transformation of American Medicine

pp. 575-620

Part 1. Before: Alternative Readings of the History of American Health Care

Open Moments and Surprise Endings: Historical Agency and the Workings of Narrative in The Social Transformation of American Medicine

pp. 621-642

Sovereignty and Science: Revisiting the Role of Science in the Construction and Erosion of Medical Dominance

pp. 643-659

Professional Sovereignty Revisited: The Network Transformation of American Medicine?

pp. 661-677

The Social Transformation of American Medicine: A Comparative View from Germany

pp. 679-699

Policy Entrepreneurship in the Social Transformation of American Medicine: The Rise of Managed Care and Managed Competition

pp. 701-733

Cultural Authority and the Sovereignty of American Medicine: The Role of Networks, Class, and Community

pp. 735-756

Part 2. During: Reception and Impact

Grand Narrative and Its Discontents: Medical History and the Social Transformation of American Medicine

pp. 757-780

What the Doctors Read

pp. 781-797

The Uses of The Social Transformation of American Medicine: The Case of Law

pp. 799-814

Part 3. After: Prediction, Pluralism, and Policy Making

New Actors Emerge

Physician Sovereignty and the Purchasers' Revolt

pp. 815-834

Medical Authority and the Culture of Rights

pp. 835-852

Reason, Rationalization, and Professionalism in the Era of Managed Care

pp. 853-868

Shifting Roles for Existing Actors

Physicians and Corporations: A Corporate Transformation of American Medicine?

pp. 869-883

The Corporatization of American Hospitals

pp. 885-905

The Physician "Surplus" and the Decline of Professional Dominance

pp. 907-924

The Reemergence of Dormant Themes

The Persistence and Resurgence of Medical Pluralism

pp. 925-945

Starr on the Corporatization and Commodification of Health Care: The Sequel

pp. 947-967

Reprivatizing the Public Household? Medical Care in the Context of American Public Values

pp. 969-1004

Response

Social Transformation Twenty Years On

pp. 1005-1019

Epilogue

pp. 1021-1023

News and Notes

News and Notes

pp. 1025-1026

News from Affiliated Organizations

News from Affiliated Organizations

pp. 1027-1028

Contributors

Contributors

pp. 1029-1034

Research Areas

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