Special Issue on The History of Public Health in the Bourgeois Republican

Submission Deadline: Mar. 10, 2020

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  • Lead Guest Editor
    • Iveth Yaima Rubán Rodríguez
      Departamento Historia-Marxismo, Universidad de Granma, Bayamo, Cuba
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  • Introduction

    One of problems of dialed transcendence in the journey of world social history constitutes Public Health, so that the historic member forges for himself present study from a focus, touching an one belonging to problems still of insufficient treatment than crosses the Cuban official historiography, topic moreover than, it contains implicitly, a focus multidisciplinary. This investigation has like Objective General: Appraising the status of public health in the republican Bayamo's local development (1902-1928 ). In order to accomplish investigation we backed up ourselves in the dialectic materialistic Methodology and in the Methods: Historic logician, deductive inductive and analysis synthesis, to arrive to general considerations and to establish the local particularities of phenomenon. Investigation developed possesses high scientific new thing because it permits elucidating a dimension depressed of the social story Cuban starting from a new proposal methodological.
    Aims and Scope:
    1. History social
    2. American historiography of public health
    3. Cuban historiography of public health
    4. Public health
    5. Cuban bourgeois republic
    6. Republican Bayamo

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