volume 2, issue 3, P111-114 2006
DOI: 10.1177/174701610600200308
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Abstract: Mr Cownie' s correspondence [1] on the role of the 'lay member' prompts me to the following observations. To understand the functioning of something one needs to know its purpose. However, even before this, in order to have a coherent view one must know how interpretation of the 'issue' may be influenced by the general context in which it is being considered. We may note that from the early 19th century the meaning of 'lay' has developed from 'belonging to the people, as distinct from the clergy'. Remembering …

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