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By Edited by Daniel McClean Edited by Karsten Schubert

For artists, pictures are certainly expensive in either senses of the observe: they arecherished, and in addition precious. This fundamental compendium from the superbBritish writer collects essays through foreign specialists on many very important issuesrelated to the possession of artwork - who does it belong to, who can use it, what valuedoes it have. The articles move borders, contemplating foreign copyrightconventions, reasonable use, the net, strategies of originality, public entry to paintings inmuseums and digitization, by way of overseas specialists. a desirable assortment lookingat matters from ethical rights to the artist as a -brand.

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My discussion of stress theories of mental disease in the early and midnineteenth century relies heavily on Rosen 1959 and Dain 1964. For the later period, discussed in following paragraphs, illustrative sources are: on neurasthenia, Rosenberg 1962 and Gosling 1976; on traumatic neurosis, Schivelbusch 1979. See also Abbott 1982, pt. 4, for a discussion of social control and psychiatry in the period 18801930. The original reference to the term is in Cannon 1914. 3. Rosenberg 1962:254. 4. Grob 1973: 156.

But its successors were not. Some of them drew on the mixed materialism of Althusser and Poulantzas, where 26 Chapter One historical changes in "determination in the last instance" allowed one to occasionally escape economic reductionism for other forms of material determination. Others turned to the more explicitly cultural Marxism of the English school, which at times escaped material determination altogether. Fractal squabbles among themselves in an explicitly Marxist arena thus stalled the larger fractal dynamic between the Marxists and the mainstream until academicization brought Marxism into that mainstream.

Academic Marxism first flowered in the early 1960s and was largely moribund-done in less by the end of the Cold War than by the rise of feminism and cultural studies-by the late 1980s. Labeling theory-a radical constructionist paradigm in the sociological study of deviance-was proposed in the late 1950s and dead by 1980. 25 There is good reason to expect a cycle of about this length. Twenty years is about the length of time it takes a group of academics to storm the ramparts, take the citadel, and settle down to the fruits of victory.

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