By Janis Hunter Jenkins, Robert John Barrett
This 2004 quantity brings jointly some of the most efficient students - anthropologists, psychiatrists, psychologists, and historians - learning schizophrenia, its subjective dimensions, and the cultural strategies wherein those are skilled. in keeping with examine undertaken in Australia, Bangladesh, Borneo, Canada, Colombia, India, Indonesia, Nigeria, the U.S. and Zanzibar, it additionally features a severe research of global well-being association cross-cultural findings. members proportion an curiosity in subjective and interpretive points of affliction, yet all paintings with an idea of schizophrenia that addresses its organic dimensions. the amount is of curiosity to students within the social and human sciences for the theoretical consciousness given to the connection among tradition and subjectivity. Multidisciplinary in layout, it truly is written in a mode available to a various readership, together with undergraduate scholars. it truly is of sensible relevance not just to psychiatrists, but in addition to all psychological healthiness pros.
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It can be uncomfortable for clinicians to turn the cultural gaze back on themselves and their institutional location, but no more so than examining countertransference feelings. Perhaps there is a common process at work. It could be argued that Estroff is able to consider patients’ expressions of anguish with such poignancy only because she herself has been the subject of hostile controversy. It is anticipated that this volume will reinvigorate an interest in culture among mental health professionals by opening them to new ways of thinking about culture and context, and their relevance to lived experience, emotional expression, sense of self, family milieu, and the unspoken assumptions that they themselves bring to the clinical interaction.
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