By Howard Saul Becker
The transition from younger layman desiring to be a doctor to the younger health care professional expert in process and assured in his dealings with sufferers is gradual and halting. to review drugs is mostly rated one of many significant academic ordeals of yankee formative years. the trouble of this method and the way clinical scholars suppose approximately their education, their doctor-teachers, and the career they're coming into is the objective of this research. Now considered as a vintage, Boys in White is of significant curiosity to scientific educators and sociologists. by means of day-by-day interviews and observations in sessions, wards, laboratories, and working theaters, the crew of sociologists who conducted this firsthand examine haven't in basic terms captured the concerns, cynicism, and simple idealism of clinical students—they have additionally documented many different realities of scientific schooling on the subject of society. With a few sixty tables and illustrations, the booklet is a big scan in reading and providing qualitative info.
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Mter running through the incidents and reviewing the tentative analyses made in the field, we formulated a general statement of the perspective as the students themselves might have put it. For example, in looking over the material on the students' relations with the faculty in teaching situations, we derived a tentative statement of the students' perspective on this area of their lives. The coded incidents defined a problematic situation as the students saw it, stated what they wanted to get out of it, and described the actions they took to this end.
Our confidence in its persistence, however, depends upon the length of the observation period. We are more satisfied that the perspective persists if we have had many opportunities to observe situations where it is likely to occur (and then find that it does) than if we have not. , that it is shared by students and regarded by them as the legitimate way to think about and act in the area the perspective refers to. By shared, we mean that students not only use the perspective but use it with the knowledge that their fellow students also use it; by legitimate, we mean that students see the ideas and actions which make up the perspective as proper and necessary in this area of their lives.
We intend to discuss the problem of the discrep• The schedule used in interviewing can be found in the appendix to this volume. 30 BACKGROUND AND METHODS ancies between interview and field observational data in a separate publication. ) 9 We come now to the problem of the analysis of such a diverse and seemingly unsystematic mass of data as we collected during our two years of field work. 10 The records of our field notes and interviews occupy approximately 5,000 single-spaced typed pages. But, because we wished to use our data for a variety of purposes, they were not gathered in a form that lent itself to conventional techniques of analysis which depend on data gathered in a standardized way for systematic comparison and statistical tests.
Boys in white: student culture in medical school by Howard Saul Becker