4 edition of anthropology of medicine found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||edited by Lola Romanucci-Ross, Daniel E. Moerman, Laurence R. Tancredi.|
|Contributions||Romanucci-Ross, Lola., Moerman, Daniel E., Tancredi, Laurence R.|
|LC Classifications||GN296 .A63 1997|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiv, 400 p. :|
|Number of Pages||400|
|ISBN 10||0897894901, 0897895169|
|LC Control Number||96053993|
Cultural Anthropology publishes ethnographic writing informed by a wide array of theoretical perspectives, innovative in form and content, and focused on both traditional and emerging topics. It also welcomes essays concerned with ethnographic methods and research design in historical perspective, and with ways cultural analysis can address broader public audiences and interests. Citation Machine® helps students and professionals properly credit the information that they use. Cite your book in Anthropology & Medicine format for free.
The foundational premise of Health and Human Flourishing: Religion, Medicine, and Moral Anthropology is the need for a richer anthropological approach to the questions of contemporary bioethics than can be provided by the partial, incomplete, and impoverished views of the human person that primarily focus on issues of rationality and autonomy. Now with SAGE Publishing! Cultural Anthropology: A Global Perspective delves into both classic and current research in the field, reflecting a commitment to anthropology’s holistic and integrative text illuminates how the four core subfields of anthropology—biological anthropology, archaeology, linguistics, and cultural anthropology—together yield a .
Book Description. Medical Materialities investigates possible points of cross-fertilisation between medical anthropology and material culture studies, and considers the successes and limitations of both sub-disciplines as they attempt to understand places, practices, methods, and cultures of healing. The editors present and expand upon a definition of ‘medical materiality’, namely the. In this sense we have chosen to fuse the particulars of Western medicine with those from other cultures for conceptual analysis in what we have called the anthropology of medicine. Beyond the surface differences, we try to expose similarities of deep structure, to demonstrate that there is a path beyond culture and that one may focus on method.
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Anthropology & Medicine. Impact Factor. Search anthropology of medicine book Advanced search. Submit an article. New Situating biologies of traditional Chinese medicine in Central Europe. This book is essential for students and professionals in anthropology, medicine, and all social science.
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It views humans from multidimensional and ecological perspectives. It is one of the most highly developed areas of anthropology and applied anthropology, and is a subfield of social and cultural anthropology that examines the ways in which culture and society are organized.
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An Anthropology of Biomedicine is an exciting new introduction to biomedicine and its global implications. Focusing on the ways in which the application of biomedical technologies bring about radical changes to societies at large, cultural anthropologist Margaret Lock and her co-author physician and medical anthropologist Vinh-Kim Nguyen develop and integrate the 5/5(1).
anthropology and medicine. This course will be particularly attentive to the question of power both in its productive sense (e.g. the way medical technologies create new ways of being human) and its negative sense (e.g. the way social inequality produces illness).
Within these discussions our focus will be comparativeFile Size: KB. About MAT. Medicine Anthropology Theory is an English-language, fully open-access journal, hosted by the University of Edinburgh, that publishes scholarly articles, position pieces, reviews, and notes from the field in medical anthropology, the anthropology of biomedicine, critical global health studies, medical humanities and science and technology studies.
© American Anthropological Association • Clarendon Blvd, Suite • Arlington, VA • • TEL () • FAX (). An anthropology of biomedicine / by Margaret Lock and Vinh-Kim Nguyen. p. cm. 3 Anthropologies of Medicine 57 The Body Social 57 Contextualizing Medical Knowledge 60 furnish the bedrock of this book, but the overarching orientation and the narrativesFile Size: 2MB.The Art of Being Human: A Textbook for Cultural Anthropology Michael Wesch Kansas State University, [email protected] Real anthropology cannot be contained in a book.
You have to go out and feel the world’s jagged edges, wipe its dust from your brow, and at times, leave your blood in medicine, and other new technologies. Author: Michael Wesch.Text book of forensic medicine and toxicology.
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