2 edition of Anthropology and mental health found in the catalog.
Anthropology and mental health
|Statement||ed., Joseph Westermeyer.|
|Contributions||Westermeyer, Joseph, 1937-, International Congress of Anthropological and Ethnological Sciences, Chicago, 1973.|
|LC Classifications||RC455.4.E8 A57|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xv, 319 p., 8 leaves of plates :|
|Number of Pages||319|
|LC Control Number||77359836|
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Psychological anthropology is an interdisciplinary subfield of anthropology that studies the interaction of cultural and mental subfield tends to focus on ways in which humans' development and enculturation within a particular cultural group—with its own history, language, practices, and conceptual categories—shape processes of human cognition, emotion, perception. Culture, Medicine and Psychiatry is an international and interdisciplinary forum for the publication of work in the fields of medical and psychiatric anthropology, cross-cultural psychiatry, and associated cross-societal and clinical epidemiological studies.. The journal offers original research, and theoretical papers based on original research, across the full range of these fields.
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This brief book introduces the ways in which contemporary anthropology engages with the "psych" disciplines: psychology, psychiatry, and medicine. Khan also widens the conversation by including the perspectives of epidemiologists, addiction and legal experts, journalists, filmmakers, activists, patients, and : Nichola Khan.
“This outstanding collection of studies shows the vigor and promise of anthropological approaches for advancing global mental health. The editors have assembled a new generation of scholars who address the social structural origins of mental health problems and novel treatment approaches to improving access to culturally appropriate care.5/5(1).
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Pathologies of the West: An Anthropology of Mental Illness in Europe and America: Medicine & Health Science Books @ ed by: Anthropology and Mental Health Interest Group. Exploring the social, cultural, and structural dimensions of mental health, mental illness, and well-being.
The book -includes discussion of traditional versus biomedical beliefs about mental illness, the role of culture in mental illness, intersections between religion and mental health, intersections of mind and body, and access to health care; -is ideal for courses on global mental health in psychology, public health, and anthropology departments and other health-related programs.
Madness is a major disorder of social ties and a universal problem for all societies. The formation and transformation of local treatments of madness are therefore a major area of study within social and cultural anthropology. In this perspective.
Mental Health and Psychological Anthropology. Although stress and distress have been important topics in biological and medical anthropology, respectively, mental health itself has not received sufficient attention in either anthropology or public health. This issue has assumed international importance with the emergence of marked increases in.
A Review of Methods in Holocultural Studies in Mental Health/Illness Schizophrenic Graphic Expression and Tribal Art in New Guinea The Vectors of Changing Values: A Model for Predicting Change in Mental Deviance Rates in Developing Countries. This site is designed as a place to share, store and discuss topics related to Anthropology and Mental Health.
We are a Special Interest Group (SIG) associated with the Society of Medical Anthropology. Goals: To facilitate and promote anthropological teaching and scholarship pertaining to mental health. Medical Anthropology is a subfield of anthropology that draws upon social, cultural, biological, and linguistic anthropology to better understand those factors which influence health and well being (broadly defined), the experience and distribution of illness, theFile Size: KB.
The book -includes discussion of traditional versus biomedical beliefs about mental illness, the role of culture in mental illness, intersections between religion and mental health, intersections of mind and body, and access to health care; -is ideal for courses on global mental health in psychology, public health, and anthropology departments 5/5(1).
Citation Information. Anthropology and Mental Health. Setting a New Course. Edited by Westermeyer, Joseph. DE GRUYTER MOUTON. Pages: 77– ISBN (Online. Marcia C. Inhorn is the William K. Lanman, Jr. Professor of Anthropology and International Affairs at Yale University. She is past president of the Society for Medical Anthropology and the author, most recently, of The New Arab Man: Emergent Masculinities, Technologies, and Islam in the Middle East.
Emily A. Wentzell is Assistant Professor of Anthropology at the University of Iowa. In the course of this inquiry, Dr. Shalini Singh gets drawn into conversation with the anthropology of addiction more broadly, through texts such as Angela Garcia’s memorable ‘The Elegiac Addict’ (), on which I had organized a journal/book club session in Novemberjust as Drs.
Sood and Gupta are drawn into conversation with. The extant literature on religion and mental health has predominantly focused on belief rather than experience. Anthropologists have generally taken issue with the notion of belief, especially when discussing religious convictions by: 1. Submit a Book Announcement; Announcing Issue 3 of Medical Anthropology Weekly: COVID Posted on Issue 3 of Medical Anthropology Weekly: COVID is brought to you by the Society for Medical Anthropology, Medical Anthropology Quarterly, and Somatosphere.
This collaborative project is a compilation of COVID This book asserts that the study of mental illness is indispensable to the anthropological understanding of culture and experience, and reciprocally that understanding culture and experience is critical to the study of mental illness.
Global Mental Health is a robust and vibrant collection that expresses theoretical and ethnographic insights of current research and demonstrates important methodological approaches in practice among anthropologists in the growing field of global mental health.
For 25 years, the NIMH training program in clinically relevant medical anthropology – or culture and mental health services – brought together anthropologists, psychiatrists, and social scientists, fellows and graduate students, faculty, and clinicians from the community in a weekly seminar and collaborative activities that have helped.
Mental Health and Mental Illness1 Key Concepts/Learning objectives: At the end of the course, students will understand the following concepts: I. Multidimensional Nature of Mental Health – Biological, psychological, cultural, economic, community, and organizational dimensions are central to understanding and addressing mental health and mental.
Recent attempts to understand the emergence of a growing population of homeless mentally ill individuals have almost exclusively relied on epidemiological and clinical approaches, the result being an incomplete and even distorted perception of these people and their behavior.
This paper describes gaps that currently exist in our understanding of the homeless mentally ill, focusing on the Cited by: The Anthropology of Health group bridges biological and social anthropology, community medicine, evolutionary medicine, social epidemiology and public health.
We work on local, regional and international scales. We aim to advance the interdisciplinary anthropological study of health, to critically debate local and international health issues.