18 edition of Anthropology and international health found in the catalog.
|Statement||Mark Nichter and Mimi Nichter.|
|Series||Theory and practice in medical anthropology and international health ;, v. 3|
|LC Classifications||RA418.3.S6 N53 1996|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxiv, 455 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||455|
|ISBN 10||2884491716, 2884491724|
|LC Control Number||99460421|
Medical Anthropology Quarterly is the official journal of the Society for Medical Anthropology (SMA), a section of the American Anthropological Association. The peer-reviewed journal publishes articles that advance important ideas and debates in all areas of contemporary medical anthropology. Medical Anthropology examines affliction and therapeutics in a cross-cultural perspective. It draws from multiple theoretical approaches to understand File Size: 97KB.
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Anthropology and International Health: South Asian Case Studies (Culture, Illness And Healing): Medicine & Health Science Books @ Skip to main content Try Prime. Series: Theory and Practice in Medical Anthropology and International Health, V. 3 (Book 3) Paperback: pages; Publisher: Routledge; 1 edition (May 1, ) Language: English; ISBN ; ISBN ; Product Dimensions: x x inches Shipping Weight: pounds (View shipping rates and policies)Format: Paperback.
"The book should serve as a useful reference to students and scholars of international health I would recommend it as an entry point into the study of current international health issues." "One could easily teach a course in medical anthropology or public health issues on the basis of this volume, which makes it a doubly-valuable book."Format: Hardcover.
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Edited By Mark and Mimi Nichter. Edition 1st Edition. First Published eBook Published 2 September Cited by: In this book I present a series of eleven essays written between and on subjects relevant to the anthropology of health and international health. The issues addressed in these essays were investigated during 38 months of fieldwork in rural southwest peninsular India ( ) and 15 months of fieldwork in southwest Sri Lanka ().
Anthropology and International Health: South Asian Case Studies. In this book I present a series of eleven essays written between and on subjects relevant to the anthropology of health and international health.
Anthropology and Public Health examines the critical role of anthropology in four crucial public health domains: (1) anthropological understandings of public health problems such as malaria, HIV/AIDS, and diabetes; (2) anthropological design of public health interventions in areas such as tobacco control and elder care; (3) anthropological evaluations of public health initiatives such as Safe Motherhood and polio eradication; and (4) anthropological Cited by: "With its all-encompassing view, clear and rich in humanist thinking and social and human commitment, this book is a stimulating contribution to all health and diplomacy professionals engaged in these new and fascinating domains of International Relations that make us more capable of changing the world into a better place to live."--Paulo M.
Buss, Center for Global Health, Fiocruz National School of Public Health Cited by: Best Popular Anthropology Books Linguistics, Physical and Biological Anthropology, Archaeology, and Cultural Anthropology - some of the stuff written for professionals is bit dense.
What are the best books for a general audience. This course aims to study “global health” and various problems framed by global health actors through the theoretical and methodological lenses of sociocultural and biocultural Size: KB.
MEDANIH “Master Course Medical Anthropology and International Health”, Gulu, Northern Uganda. Full project funding through the Austrian Partnership Programme in Higher Education and Research for Development APPEAR WHO Liberia Health care workers and communities post-Ebola.
In his recent book on the subject, Nichter () suggests that anthropology intersects global health along a number of dimensions, ranging from the study of popular health culture and local perceptions as a way to both critique and improve international public health, to the study of ethics, governance, and emergent forms of biological Cited by: The book should serve as a useful reference to students and scholars of international health I would recommend it as an entry point into the study of current international health issues.
One could easily teach a course in medical anthropology or public health issues on the basis of this volume, which makes it a doubly-valuable : Peter J. Brown, Marcia C. Inhorn. This article addresses anthropology's engagement with the emerging discipline of global health. We develop a definition for global health and then present four principal contributions of anthropology to global health: (a) ethnographic studies of health inequities in political and economic contexts; (b) analysis of the impact on local worlds of the assemblages of science Cited by: Anthropological contributions to the study of infectious disease and to the study of actual infectious disease eradication programmes have rarely been collected in one volume.
In the era of AIDS and the global resurgance of infectious diseases such. Anthropology, Health and Illness: an Introduction to the Concept of Culture Applied to the Health Sciences Esther Jean Langdon1 Flávio Braune Wiik2 This article presents a reflection as to how notions and behavior related to the processes of health and illness are an integral part of the culture of the social group in which they occur.
Defining anthropology •’Social anthropology is a social science studying how people live together and how they experience their world’ (Mogensen et al. 42) •’Anthropology studies how social and cultural life varies across the world’ (Mogensen et al.
43) •‘Anthropology aims at uncovering the culturalFile Size: 87KB. anthropology in international health has emerged as a distinct and dynamic area ofstudy.
The authors of this text cite the lack of literature in this area and hope that their new book will help fill this void. The book seeks to cover the major theoretical perspectives.
Health. Anthropology is unique amongst the social sciences in its ability to integrate the biological, social and cultural aspects of what it means to be human.
The discipline’s holistic approach renders it particularly beneficial to the study of health and medicine. Biological anthropologists work in medical schools or departments of physiology.
the significant, but uneven, improvements in human health made over the course of the twentieth century In Chinatown in New York, Kaitlyn can treat her headache at a tuina facility, Chinese herbalist, university hospital-affiliated medical clinic, or a botánica that sells religious icons and herb from a variety of Latin American and Caribbean.
It should engage and comment upon public policy in such a. way that it helps to alleviate the distress and suﬀering caused by infection and disease.
It should also comment on the unintended eﬀects of such policy for the supposed. beneﬁciaries, and the beliefs and practices of the health professionals themselves.This medical anthropology course explores human responses to disease and illness, focusing on international/global health.
We will consider plural health care systems, medical practices, and ideas about illness and the body in cross-cultural contexts, and learn about issues of health-development paradigms, culture and epidemiology, global.magnitude of global health issues such as HIV/AIDS, tuberculosis and malaria, paying particular attention to how poverty and inequalities within and between societies has accelerated the spread of infectious diseases.
The course will also introduce students to how anthropology has contributed to the debates surrounding the globalization of Size: KB.