3 edition of Venereal Diseases in New Zealand (1922) found in the catalog.
November 3, 2006
by Hard Press
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||82|
The Contagious Diseases Act In New Zealand followed Britain in introducing a Contagious Diseases Act. Under it, suspected prostitutes could be forcibly inspected for venereal disease and locked up for compulsory treatment. After decades of protest from women’s groups and others, the act was repealed in Early 20th-century panic. The Lancet CONTROL OF VENEREAL DISEASE. Worldwide Antivenereal Leqislation. THOSE who recognise the value of the sociological study of venereal diseases without themselves having the time or opportunity to range far afield will do well to study the stimulating and enlightening article in the September number of the International Journal of Public Health by Mr. Walter Clarke, assistant editor.
The Contagious Diseases Acts (CD Acts) were originally passed by the Parliament of the United Kingdom in (27 & 28 Vict. c. 85), with alterations and editions made in (29 & 30 Vict. c. 35) and (32 & 33 Vict. c. 96). In , a committee was established to inquire into venereal disease (i.e. sexually transmitted infections) in the armed forces. Reviews "What a rich and accomplished book this is. The product of prodigious research, it takes late nineteenth and early twentieth century British imperial efforts to regulate prostitution and control venereal disease as the point of departure for a wide-ranging, remarkably illuminating examination of gender and race, medicine and modernity, nation and empire, and, above all, sex and.
Mapping Out the Venereal Wilderness: Public Health and STD in New Zealand – Reviewed by Janet McCalman Antje Kampf, Mapping Out the Venereal Wilderness: Public Health and STD in New Zealand –, Ethik in der Praxis/Practical Ethics Studies, Band 28 (Berlin: LIT Verlag, ), pp. iii + , €, paperback, ISBN: As in other countries, in order to protect the public from venereal disease (syphilis and gonorrhoea), contact tracing in New Zealand has been a public health strategy since the midth century.
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Venereal Diseases in New Zealand (). Venereal Diseases in New Zealand () Report of the Special Committee of the Board of Health appointed by the Hon. Minister of Health Kindle Edition by New : New Zealand. Committee of the Board of Health. In the New Zealand Board of Health filled Wormsley Stadium w New Zealanders, to get an estimate on the prevalance of STDs among the population.
Over the stadium loud speaker came this request to ; 'If you have ever had a venereal disease, clap your hands now.' From that day to this gonorrhea has been known as 'the clap'.2/5(1).
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Minister of Health" See other formats. Venereal disease in New Zealand. New Zealand followed Great Britain in in adopting a scheme for dealing with venereal disease (VD); in addition a regulation was introduced whereby the Medical Officer of Health could compel a person suspected of suffering from VD or defaulting from treatment.
VENEREAL DISEASE IN NEW ZEALAND* BY W. PLATTS Christchurch Hospital, NewZealand Withina year ofthe publication ofthe report of the Royal Commission on Venereal Diseases in in Great Britain, the Social Hygiene Act was passed bythe Government ofNewZealand incor-porating all the important measures recommended therein.
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'Shadow over New Zealand': the response to venereal disease in New Zealand, a thesis presented in fulfilment of the requirements for the degree of Doctor of Philosophy in history at Massey University.
View/Open Full Text (Mb) (Kb). Jane Tolerton has written an extended biography of Ettie Rout, an early campaigner for a more enlightened approach to venereal disease, as well as the entry. venereal disease.
Articles. The s. The s was the decade that modern New Zealand came of age. Despite political and economic uncertainty, the country shrugged off the gloom of war to embrace the Jazz Age - an era of speed, power and glamour.
Explore an overview of the decade and a year-by-year breakdown of key events. Venereal disease in New Zealand. W M Platts. Adams A. Venereal disease in an Australian metropolis. Med J Aust. Jan 28; 1 (4)– Christmas BW.
A pilot survey of venereal disease in general practice. N Z Med J. Feb; 67 ()– Holmes KK, Johnson DW, Floyd TM. Cited by: 4. Venereal disease was also, in the case of Aotearoa/ New Zealand, symptomatic of old world ills—the degenerative effects of industrialisation and poverty from which New Zealanders believed their nation had escaped (Fleming, ).
Historically, venereal disease (VD) has represented a significant manpower problem for the armed forces and the Korean War (–53) was no exception. Amongst British, Australian, Canadian and New Zealand troops deployed to the Far East, rates of VD peaked at cases per 1, InWhakatane, on the remote east coast of the North Island of New Zealand, came to the attention of the New Zealand Department of Health as an area where syphilis was “suspected [to be] widespread”.
1 This isolated part of the country was largely inhabited by Maori communities, and the revelation that venereal disease (VD) was so prevalent caught the Department by surprise, especially Cited by: 1. This thesis traces the public health debate about venereal disease in New Zealand fromwhen the first venereal disease clinics were established, to before the first AIDS/HIV cases emerged.
Studies of venereal disease in New Zealand have concentrated on issues of morality and on the political and social debates; this thesis focuses on. Books (4) Audio (1) Groups (1) Filter by High-resolution Images For Purchase (4) Filter by Availability Physical Items (34) Online Items (6) Filter by Date s (30) s (9) s (2) Filter by Collection Index New Zealand (18) Turnbull archival collections (18) findNZarticles (18) National Library of New Zealand Catalogue (4) Filter by.
New Zealand provides an excellent location for this study of public health initiatives to control the spread of venereal disease from to With a population of a little over one million inNew Zealand remained a small-scale society even by when the population was over three million.
M. Fishbein, in International Encyclopedia of the Social & Behavioral Sciences, Sexually transmitted diseases (STDs) including HIV place an enormous burden on the public's health. Inthe World Health Organization (WHO) estimated that, worldwide, there were million new cases of chlamydia, gonorrhea, syphilis, and trichomoniasis in to year-olds.ISBN: OCLC Number: Language Note: Text in English with a series title page in German.
Notes: Originally presented as the author's thesis (Ph. D. - Auckland) under the title: To "map out the venereal wilderness": a history of venereal disease and public health in New Zealand, the Problem of Venereal Disease in France and Egypt during the First World War,” Medical History.
39 (): –58; Antje Kampf, “Controlling Male Sexuality: Combating Venereal Disease in the New Zealand Military during Two World Wars,” Journal of the History of Sexuality. 17, no. 2 (): – 4.