Metaphors in the history of psychology

@article{Hayward1996MetaphorsIT,
  title={Metaphors in the history of psychology},
  author={Rhodri Hayward},
  journal={Medical History},
  year={1996},
  volume={40},
  pages={260 - 261}
}
perpetuate old inequalities in modern dress, rather than bring about "positive diversity", is a reiterated theme of these articles. Another common theme is the inherently problematic nature of a mercantile model invoking "competition" and "customers". The vexed issue of knowledge creation surfaces again in Mel Bartley's investigation of the relationship between research and policy in the case of the unemployment and health debate. Even when research is deemed desirable, what shapes the… CONTINUE READING

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