Paperback: £24.99 / $39.95
2000, 234mm x 156mm / 9.25in x 6in, 304pp
ISBN: 978-1-85302-708-6, BIC 2: MMH MBPK
Introduction, Vieda Skultans and John Cox. PART ONE: THEORETICAL APPROACHES. 1. The Cultural Origins of Western Depression, Sushrat Jadhav, University College, London. 2. Psychiatric Culture, Roland Littlewood, University College, London. 3. Remembering and Forgetting: The Changing Relationship, Vieda Skultans. 4. Narrative and Method in the Anthropology of Medicine, John Campbell, University College, Swansea. 5. Two of a Kind but Where is the Other?, Els van Dongen, Department of Psychiatry, Steenbergen. PART TWO: CLINICAL APPROACHES. 6. Social Anthropology and the Practice of Public Health Medicine, Jane Jackson, Newham Health Authority. 7. The Implications of an Anthropology of Religion for Psychiatric Practice, Simon Dein, Department of Social and Community Psychiatry, Harlow. 8. Establishing Cultural Competency for Mental Health Professionals, Maureen H. Fitzgerald, University of Sydney. 9. Cambodian Concepts of Perinatal Mental Disorder: Relevance to Understanding Western Approaches to Perinatal Mental Health, Maurice Eisenbruch, National Centre for Scientific Research, Paris. 10. Social Anthropology and Stigma: The Importance for Psychiatry, Gerard Hutchinson and Dinesh Bhugra, Institute of Psychiatry. 11. Structures of Medical Thought: Professional Dispositions in Practice, Simon Sinclair, Oxford Heath Authority. 12. Lessons from Anthropology, Maurice Lipsedge, Guys Hospital.
Edited by John Cox, Alastair V. Campbell and Bill K. W. M. Fulford