history of neglect

health care for blacks and mill workers in the twentieth-century South
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Other titlesMill workers in the twentieth-century South.
StatementEdward H. Beardsley.
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LC ClassificationsRA448.5.N4 B33 1987
The Physical Object
Paginationxvi, 383 p. :
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Open LibraryOL2730873M
ISBN 100870495232
LC Control Number86024949

A History of Neglect Health Care for Blacks and Mill Workers in the Twentieth-Century South Edward H. Beardsley.

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This book examines the environmental, political, and economic forces that contributed to the poor health and substandard medical care of southern blacks and mill workers.

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Child neglect is defined as any confirmed or suspected egregious act or omission by a parent or other caregiver that deprives a child of basic age-appropriate needs and thereby results, or has.Praise "Dexterously brings together a range of long-neglected texts and voices Empire of Neglect fruitfully adds to critical conversations about shifts in late coloniality in the long nineteenth century and will interest Americanists working in a variety of period subfields." — Duncan Faherty, American Literary History "In Empire of Neglect, Christopher Taylor presents a compelling.Neglect is a form of abuse where the perpetrator, who is responsible for caring for someone who is unable to care for themselves, fails to do so.

It can be a result of carelessness, indifference, or unwillingness and abuse. Neglect may include the failure to provide sufficient supervision, nourishment, or medical care, or the failure to fulfill other needs for which the victim cannot provide.