By Merrill Singer, Pamela I. Erickson
A significant other to clinical Anthropology examines the present concerns, controversies, and country of the sector in clinical anthropology at the present time.
- Examines the key concerns and present debates in clinical anthropology
- Provides a professional view of the key themes and subject matters to situation the self-discipline when you consider that its founding within the Nineteen Sixties
- Written by means of top foreign students in clinical anthropology
- Covers environmental healthiness, international wellbeing and fitness, biotechnology, syndemics, food, substance abuse, infectious sickness, and sexuality and reproductive overall healthiness, and different subject matters
Chapter 1 clinical Anthropology in Disciplinary Context: Definitional Struggles and Key Debates (or Answering the Cri Du Coeur) (pages 7–28): Elisa J. Sobo
Chapter 2 serious Biocultural ways in scientific Anthropology (pages 29–48): Tom Leatherman and Alan H. Goodman
Chapter three utilized scientific Anthropology: Praxis, Pragmatics, Politics, and grants (pages 49–68): Robert T. Trotter
Chapter four study layout and techniques in clinical Anthropology (pages 69–91): Clarence C. Gravlee
Chapter five clinical Anthropology and Public coverage (pages 93–116): Merrill Eisenberg
Chapter 6 tradition and the strain strategy (pages 117–134): William W. Dressler
Chapter 7 worldwide overall healthiness (pages 135–157): Craig R. Janes and Kitty okay. Corbett
Chapter eight Syndemics in international well-being (pages 159–179): Merrill Singer, D. Ann Herring, Judith Littleton and Melanie Rock
Chapter nine The Ecology of illness and well-being (pages 181–195): Patricia ok. Townsend
Chapter 10 The scientific Anthropology of Water (pages 197–218): Linda M. Whiteford and Cecilia Vindrola Padros
Chapter eleven Political Violence, battle and scientific Anthropology (pages 219–249): Barbara Rylko?Bauer and Dr Merrill Singer
Chapter 12 people in a global of Microbes: The Anthropology of Infectious ailment (pages 251–270): Peter J. Brown, George J. Armelagos and Kenneth C. Maes
Chapter thirteen Sexuality, clinical Anthropology, and Public well-being (pages 271–287): Pamela I. Erickson
Chapter 14 Situating beginning within the Anthropology of replica (pages 289–303): Carolyn Sargent and Lauren Gulbas
Chapter 15 food and healthiness (pages 305–321): David A. Himmelgreen, Nancy Romero Daza and Charlotte A. Noble
Chapter sixteen Anthropologies of melanoma and hazard, Uncertainty and Disruption (pages 323–338): Lenore Manderson
Chapter 17 new release RX: Anthropological examine on Pharmaceutical Enhancement, way of life law, Self?Medication and leisure Drug Use (pages 339–355): Gilbert Quintero and Mark Nichter
Chapter 18 Anthropology and the learn of Illicit Drug Use (pages 357–377): J. Bryan Page
Chapter 19 Ethnomedicine (pages 379–403): Marsha B. Quinlan
Chapter 20 clinical Pluralism: An Evolving and Contested thought in scientific Anthropology (pages 405–423): Hans A. Baer
Chapter 21 Biotechnologies of Care (pages 425–441): Julie Park and Ruth Fitzgerald
Chapter 22 Social interplay and expertise: Cultural Competency and the Universality of fine Manners (pages 443–458): Kathryn Coe, Gail Barker and Craig Palmer
Chapter 23 Biocommunicability (pages 459–476): Charles L. Briggs
Chapter 24 Anthropology on the finish of existence (pages 477–490): Ron Barrett
Chapter 25 Operationalizing a correct to health and wellbeing: Theorizing a countrywide health and wellbeing approach as a “Commons” (pages 491–514): Sandy Smith?Nonini and Beverly Bell
Chapter 26 because the destiny Explodes into the current: Emergent concerns and the the next day to come of clinical Anthropology (pages 515–532): Merrill Singer and Pamela I. Erickson
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A Companion to Medical Anthropology, First Edition. Edited by Merrill Singer and Pamela I. Erickson. © 2011 Blackwell Publishing Ltd. Published 2011 by Blackwell Publishing Ltd. indd 9 1/20/2011 1:24:14 PM 10 ELISA J. SOBO A crucial example of this came with the end of World War II, when medical anthropology received impetus and support from foundation- and government-funded applied work in the arena of international and public health. Data collected by anthropologists in earlier times for simple descriptive purposes proved invaluable; anthropologists helped ensure that social and cultural aspects of health and healing were taken into account in ways that promoted program success.
Its Committee on Organization described “financial and organizational disarray” in 1968 (Anthropology Newsletter 9(7)) and noted that while anthropologists in general desired to “retain an integrated professional identity” the profession also faced strong “fissiparous tendencies” (as cited in Weidman 1986:116). Some medical anthropologists felt, accordingly, that focusing on developing the group’s then-nascent newsletter (Medical Anthropology Newsletter, or MAN) would be better than assembling as if a faction.