The Civilizing Process: Sociogenic
and Psychogenic Investigations.
This sovereign idealization of freedom evokes sociogenic
marronage model of autonomy.
Further, he distinguishes between three forms of marronage: petit, grand, and sociogenic
Kurt Campbell (2013) has thoroughly analyzed the sociogenic
implications of the use of Gill Sans mandated in South Africa's 2005 rebranding.
The precise medical term is "mass sociogenic
illness" and it is most common among mass religious gatherings.
Over time, research into desistance has focused on one of two approaches: the ontogenic (maturational) approach or the sociogenic
(life course / life event) approach (McNeill & Weaver, 2010).
Theorizing the black body from this location critiques an ontogenic perspective and raises the issue of the sociogenic
. The middle passage, I argue, functions as that space of death, docility, amalgamation, and resistance that is important for comprehending black people in North America.
In this work, we have focused on the sociogenic
correlates of delinquency.
illness (MSI) is the occurrence of a group of nonspecific physical symptoms for which no organic cause can be determined and that is transmitted among members of a group by "line of sight." On April 22, 1994, the Snohomish (Washington) Health District (SHD) was notified of an outbreamofmnexplained iliness characterized by abrupt onset of nausea and headache among students at a middle school.
An epidemiologic investigation by Orange County public health officials and the Florida Department of Health and Rehabilitative Services concluded that this outbreak was the result of mass sociogenic
In the more general consideration of change and stability of individuals throughout the life course, not just in college, "ontogenetic" explanations have been distinguished from "sociogenic
" explanations [2, 3].
Not only does the media have a fundamental responsibility to correctly inform its watchers, listeners and readers - in extreme cases, misconceptions can lead even to mental illness such as Mass Sociogenic
Illness (MSI); recognised by psychiatrists as a condition triggered by media hype.