Arthur Kleinman is Professor of Medical Anthropology at Harvard University; Yunxiang Yan is a Professor at the University of California, Los Angeles; Jing Jun is. Rethinking Psychiatry has 42 ratings and 4 reviews. Donna said: Kleinman argues for a more inclusive clinical methodology – one that gives equal weight t. Towards an Evidence‐Based ‘Medicine of the Person’: The Contribution of Psychiatry to Health Care L. Cox – – Journal of Evaluation in .
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Rethinking Psychiatry From Cultural Category to Personal Experience
Fulford – – In A. All causes of the behavior of organisms, in the temporal sense to which we should restrict the term cause, are simultaneously both social and biological, as they are all available to analysis at many levels.
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Meredith rated it it was amazing Jul 19, Our North American ideas of a single patient in a quiet room with the full attention of a physician are unknown in this environment. Find it on Scholar.
Goldberg No preview available – An anthropological sensibility regarding the cultural assumptions and social uses of the diagnostic process can be an effective check on its potential misuses and abuses. It encourages humility in the face of alternative cultural formulations of the same problems, which are viewed not as evidence of the rehhinking of laymen, but as distinctive modes of thinking about life’s troubles Norah Martin – – Journal of Medicine and Philosophy 26 4: This article has no associated abstract.
New Directions in the Philosophy of Psychiatry. As is often the case, I think, with many issues related to cultural awareness and sensitivity, the awareness of the need for sensitivity can be mistaken for the actual ability to work in ways that are truly culturally sensitive.
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Popular passages Page vi – Notes on the well-made world The biological and the social are neither separable, nor antithetical, nor alternatives, but complementary. Annette Leibing – Laurence Kirmayer rated it it was amazing Dec 30, Folk healers as much as psychotherapists can revivify psychiahry instill personal and family hope through kleinmab metaphors that contradict the corrosive self-images of an age that, like our own, seems obsessed with economic and biological determinist rhetorics of personal gain and narcissistic desire, and in their place reaffirm transcendence.
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