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Contingent contagionism was a concept in 19th-century medical writing and epidemiology before the germ theory, used as a qualified way of rejecting the application of the term " contagious disease " for a particular infection. For example, it could be stated that cholera, or typhus,...Who is the professor of contagion and anticontagionism?
Contagionism and Anticontagionism [00:00:00] Professor Frank Snowden: As you know, one of the long-term themes in our course has been intellectual history, and the impact of epidemic diseases on that.Which is the correct definition of the word contagion?
contagion 1 (Pathology) the transmission of disease from one person to another by direct or indirect contact 2 (Pathology) a contagious disease 3 (Pathology) another name for contagiumWhen did people start to believe in contagion?
In fact, in many cases, a belief in contagiousness was associated with folk traditions and unsophisticated laypeople. Modern germ theory, developed between 1870 and 1900, associates most diseases with specific entities.