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Culture and healing in Asian societies : anthropological, psychiatric, and public health studies, edited by Arthur Kleinman ... [et al.]

Label
Culture and healing in Asian societies : anthropological, psychiatric, and public health studies
Title
Culture and healing in Asian societies
Title remainder
anthropological, psychiatric, and public health studies
Statement of responsibility
edited by Arthur Kleinman ... [et al.]
Contributor
Subject
Language
eng
Cataloging source
DLC
Dewey number
362.1/095
Illustrations
maps
Index
index present
LC call number
R602
LC item number
.C845
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
  • dictionaries
  • bibliography
NLM call number
WB 50 JA1
NLM item number
C9 1978
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Kleinman, Arthur
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  • Medicine, Oriental
  • Medicine, Chinese
  • Medical anthropology
  • Medical anthropology
  • Médecine orientale
  • Médecine chinoise
  • Anthropologie médicale
  • Anthropologie médicale
  • Anthropology
  • Cross-Cultural Comparison
  • Delivery of Health Care
  • Medicine, East Asian Traditional
  • Socioeconomic Factors
Label
Culture and healing in Asian societies : anthropological, psychiatric, and public health studies, edited by Arthur Kleinman ... [et al.]
Link
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographies and index
Contents
  • Folk dietetics in two Chinese communities, and its implications for the study of Chinese medicine
  • E.N. Anderson and Marja L. Anderson
  • Chinese-style and Western-style doctors in Northern Taiwan
  • Emily M. Ahern
  • Chinese and Western medicine in Hongkong : some social and cultural determinants of variation, interaction and change
  • Marjorie Topley
  • Medical care in the Chinese communities of Peninsular Malaysia
  • Frederick L. Dunn
  • Comments on contemporary sociocultural studies of medicine in Chinese societies
  • Bernard Gallin
  • Introduction
  • Part B. Other Asian societies
  • Do cultural differences make any difference? Choice points in medical systems available in Northwestern Thailand
  • Peter Kunstadter
  • Supernaturally caused illness in traditional Burmese medicine
  • Melford E. Spiro
  • Pluralism and integration in the Indian and Chinese medical systems
  • Charles Leslie
  • Illness, culture, and meaning : some comments on the nature of traditional medicine
  • Gananath Obeyesekere
  • Comments on traditional and modern medical systems in East Asia
  • Arthur Kleinman and Peter Kunstadter
  • John C. Pelzel
  • Sec. II. Cross-culltural psychiatric and public health studies
  • Patient and practitioner attitudes toward traditional and Western medicine in a contemporary Chinese setting
  • James L. Gale
  • Interaction between Chinese and Western medicine in Hongkong : modernization and professional inequality
  • Rance P.L. Lee
  • Traditional and modern psychiatric care in Taiwan
  • Wen-Shing Tseng
  • Comparisons of patient-practitioner transactions in Taiwan. The cultural construction of clinical reality
  • Arthur Kleinman
  • Sec. I. Anthropological studies
  • The relevance for developing countries of the Chinese experience in the health field
  • John Karefa-Smart
  • Health care in the People's Republic of China : implications for the United States
  • H. Jack Geiger
  • Sec. III: Theory and methods
  • The comparative anthropological study of medical systems in society
  • Peter Kunstadter
  • Problems and prospects in comparative cross cultural medical and psychiatric studies
  • Arthur Kleinman
  • Comparative studies in science and medicine : problems and perspectives
  • Part A. Chinese societies
  • Everett Mendelsohn
  • Sacred and secular medicine in a Taiwan village : a study of cosmological disorders
  • Emily M. Ahern
  • Ong-ia-kong : the plague God as modern physician
  • Katherine Gould-Martin
Extent
1 online resource (462 pages
Form of item
online
Other physical details
map)
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)1029009668
Label
Culture and healing in Asian societies : anthropological, psychiatric, and public health studies, edited by Arthur Kleinman ... [et al.]
Link
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographies and index
Contents
  • Folk dietetics in two Chinese communities, and its implications for the study of Chinese medicine
  • E.N. Anderson and Marja L. Anderson
  • Chinese-style and Western-style doctors in Northern Taiwan
  • Emily M. Ahern
  • Chinese and Western medicine in Hongkong : some social and cultural determinants of variation, interaction and change
  • Marjorie Topley
  • Medical care in the Chinese communities of Peninsular Malaysia
  • Frederick L. Dunn
  • Comments on contemporary sociocultural studies of medicine in Chinese societies
  • Bernard Gallin
  • Introduction
  • Part B. Other Asian societies
  • Do cultural differences make any difference? Choice points in medical systems available in Northwestern Thailand
  • Peter Kunstadter
  • Supernaturally caused illness in traditional Burmese medicine
  • Melford E. Spiro
  • Pluralism and integration in the Indian and Chinese medical systems
  • Charles Leslie
  • Illness, culture, and meaning : some comments on the nature of traditional medicine
  • Gananath Obeyesekere
  • Comments on traditional and modern medical systems in East Asia
  • Arthur Kleinman and Peter Kunstadter
  • John C. Pelzel
  • Sec. II. Cross-culltural psychiatric and public health studies
  • Patient and practitioner attitudes toward traditional and Western medicine in a contemporary Chinese setting
  • James L. Gale
  • Interaction between Chinese and Western medicine in Hongkong : modernization and professional inequality
  • Rance P.L. Lee
  • Traditional and modern psychiatric care in Taiwan
  • Wen-Shing Tseng
  • Comparisons of patient-practitioner transactions in Taiwan. The cultural construction of clinical reality
  • Arthur Kleinman
  • Sec. I. Anthropological studies
  • The relevance for developing countries of the Chinese experience in the health field
  • John Karefa-Smart
  • Health care in the People's Republic of China : implications for the United States
  • H. Jack Geiger
  • Sec. III: Theory and methods
  • The comparative anthropological study of medical systems in society
  • Peter Kunstadter
  • Problems and prospects in comparative cross cultural medical and psychiatric studies
  • Arthur Kleinman
  • Comparative studies in science and medicine : problems and perspectives
  • Part A. Chinese societies
  • Everett Mendelsohn
  • Sacred and secular medicine in a Taiwan village : a study of cosmological disorders
  • Emily M. Ahern
  • Ong-ia-kong : the plague God as modern physician
  • Katherine Gould-Martin
Extent
1 online resource (462 pages
Form of item
online
Other physical details
map)
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)1029009668

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