Index to Chiropractic Literature
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ID 20951
  Title Reflections on healing, orthodoxy, and a new direction for chiropractic history
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Journal Chiropr Hist. 2009 Summer;29(1):55-65
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Abstract/Notes Moore reviews the historiography of alternative medicine as a prelude to framing a new orientation for the focus of chiropractic history. He proposes a shift away from the current "Chiropractic History of Chiropractic" to a "Social History of Chiropractic" which moves outside the circle of internal chiropractic developments and its intramural aspects to a more broadly-gauged history that explores interactions with larger social and cultural developments. He ends by suggesting more than a dozen specific research questions that could launch chiropractic history and its practitioners in this direction.

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