AG Medical Anthropology

Transkulturelle Psychiatrie

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Grube, Nina. 2012. Von Heimatstationen und Helfersystemen: die Ambivalenz „sozialer Beheimatung“ in der institutionalisierten Psychiatrie. In: Curare 35(1+2): 42-56.

Jadhav, Sushrut. 2004. How ‚culture bound‘ is cultural psychiatry? In: Indian Psychiatry 4: 6-7.

Kirmayer, Laurence and Duncan Pederson. 2014. Towards a new architecture for global mental health. In: Transcultural Psychiatry 51(6): 759-776.

Kleinman, Arthur. 1988. Rethinking Psychiatry. From Cultural Category to Personal Experience. New York: Free Press.

Leibing, Annette. 1995. Blick auf eine verrückte Welt – Kultur und Psychiatrie in Brasilien. Münster: LIT.

Littlewood, Roland and Maurice Lipsedge. 1999. Aliens and Alienists – Ethnic Minorities and Psychiatry. Hove a.o.: Brunner-Routledge.

Luhrmann, Tanya. 2000. Of Two Minds – The Growing Disorder in American Psychiatry. New York: Knopf.

Nichter, Mark. 1981. Idioms of Distress. Alternatives in the Expression of Psychosocial Distress – A Case Study from South Asia. In: Culture, Medicine & Psychiatry 5: 379-408.

Sadowsky, Jonathan. 1999. Imperial Bedlam – Institutions of Madness in Colonial Southwest Nigeria. Berkeley: University of California Press.