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Ethnopsychiatry

the cultural construction of professional and folk psychiatries

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Published by State University of New York Press in Albany, N.Y .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Cultural psychiatry -- Congresses.,
  • Medical anthropology -- Congresses.,
  • Cross-Cultural Comparison -- congresses.,
  • Ethnopsychology -- congresses.,
  • Medicine, Traditional -- congresses.,
  • Mental Disorders -- ethnology -- congresses.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementedited by Atwood D. Gaines.
    SeriesSUNY series in medical anthropology
    ContributionsGaines, Atwood D., 1945-, American Anthropological Association. Meeting
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsRC455.4.E8 E85 1992
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxiii, 506 p. ;
    Number of Pages506
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL2028895M
    ISBN 100791410218, 0791410226
    LC Control Number91005076

      This book outlines a new ethnopsychiatry, one that considers popular or folk ethnomedicines and professional psychiatric systems in the same discourse, effacing the traditional distinction between psychiatry and : Vieda Skultans.   This academic article, written at Colorado State University in the fall of for an Ethnopsychiatry course, reveals how vocal tone - "prosody" - is affected by acculturation to particular musical scales, and how a lack of exposure to or affinity for foreign music can crucially affect intercultural interaction and even psychiatric health of immigrants and international Author: Brendan Bombaci.

    The topics covered include a survey of earlier works in medical anthropology, regimens of bodily treatment, sex and reproduction, medical pluralism, doctor-patient communication, epidemiology, ethnopsychiatry illness and the emotions, and how new diseases have altered the ways in which individuals see themselves and how "traditional" practices. What is ethnopsychiatry? a powerpoint by Nathalie Zajde presentation of the book To Whom do I Belong (À qui j'appartiens) from Tobie Nathan African gods — a book by Daniel Lainé, presents photo portraits of men and women during rituals, exorcisms, dances, magic spells in Benin, Gabon, Nigeria, Togo, Ghana, South Africa and Cameroon.

      Mohave Ethnopsychiatry and Suicide: The Psychiatric Knowledge and the Psychic Disturbances of an Indian Tribe by George Devereux. This is Memorial Device by David Keenan. England’s Hidden Reverse by David Keenan. Book of the Hopi by Frank Waters. Karloff’s Circus by Steve Aylett. House of Psychotic Women by Kier-La Janisse. Mercy and Me by. Clean internals. pp 8vo. This book is a study across many societies and cultures about the motivation for abortion, methods of birth control, and an alphabetical listing of hundreds of countries and the methods which are used for abortions. Mojave Ethnopsychiatry: The Psychic Disturbances of an Indian Tribe (Smithsonian Institution.


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Basic Problems Of Ethnopsychiatry. Author: George Devereux ISBN: Genre: Psychology. Culture-bound syndromes, ethnopsychiatry, and alternate therapies.

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Avicennes Hospital in France established the first clinic for ethnopsychiatry. the Centre George Devereux was founded in his honor at the University of Paris 8 Saint Denis, as part of the Psychology Department.

It runs a clinic for ethnopsychiatry, aiding students as well as members of the community, including immigrants. The articulations of ethnopsychiatry I One theoretical issue among others. In the multicultural societies of North America where there is an attempt in each social science discipline to forge an approach focused on respect for cultural specificities, ethnopsychiatry is structurally bound to the policy of the integration of migrants and autochthonous populations (the Indians).

This unique approach, which differentiates sanity and insanity from social adjustment and maladjustment, provides a rigorous foundation for a general theory of psychoanalytic ethnopsychiatry.

George Devereux, a psychoanalyst and anthropologist, discusses crime, sexual delinquency, dreams in non-Western cultures, and cannibalistic drives of : $ Find many great new & used options and get the best deals for Basic Problems of Ethnopsychiatry by George Devereux (, Hardcover, Reprint) at the best online prices at eBay.

Free shipping for many products. The primary objective would not have permitted this work to be entitled "Ethnopsychiatry," since this term has come to denote primarily the science of the relationship between culture and mental disorder--i.

e., that branch of "culture and personality studies" that deals with the. In this keynote lecture given at the 17th GASI Symposium in Berlin, the main ideas informing the clinical work with foreign families and refugees conducted at an ethnopsychiatry clinic in Cited by: 1.

Get this from a library. The Ḥamadsha: a study in Moroccan ethnopsychiatry. [Vincent Crapanzano] -- Vincent Crapanzano's excellent study of the Hamadsha, a group of curers in Morocco who have taken the form of a Sufi brotherhood, is particularly significant because it combines and interweaves the.

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“ ‘Too Much in the Sun’: Sons, Mothers, and Impossible Alliances in Francophone Maghrebian Writing.” Research in African Literatur. Cross-cultural psychiatry (also known as Ethnopsychiatry or transcultural psychiatry or cultural psychiatry) is a branch of psychiatry concerned with the cultural context of mental disorders and the challenges of addressing ethnic diversity in psychiatric services.

It emerged as a coherent field from several strands of work, including surveys of the prevalence and form of disorders in. This book examines the impact of colonialism on mental health in different parts of the world, including India, Australia, parts of Africa, Lithuania, Wales, and Ireland.

It also illuminates the social, political, and economic factors that affect the development and delivery of mental health services in these regions.

Ethnopsychiatry is today a contested field, in which concepts and terms such as ethnicity, identity, culture, citizenship, traditional therapies or symbolic efficacy are used in a very.McCulloch’s book draws the attention of scholars to the evolution of institutions and discourses concerned with mental health in colonial Africa.

In the course of his study, McCulloch convincingly demonstrates that ethnopsychiatry played an important role in the construction of the colonial subject, arguing that this was the “most enduring Author: Timothy Burke. Caring and the Logics of Difference in Contemporary Italy Photo by Photo Unit (flickr, CC BY-NC ) Contemporary phenomena of migration and human trafficking pose challenges to modern states, which may struggle to deal effectively and fairly with how to address issues of integration and fulfil their humanitarian and therapeutic responsibilities.