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Culture- Bound Syndromes Mexico/Hispanics And Ireland
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Culture Bound Syndromes Ireland Nancy Scheper Hughes Rural Ireland and Schizophrenia Ethics in Anthropology Mexico & Latin America Azucar y Nervios Definition Category Ataque de Nervios
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Nancy Scheper Hughes Background Activism Research Interests: anthropology of the body, hunger, illness, medicine, psychiatry, madness, social suffering, violence and genocide
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Saints, Scholars, and Schizophrenics Introduction The Study: Methods The Argument & Foucault The Findings: what is normal and abnormal behaviors?
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IRELAND
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Why does Ireland have a high rate of schizophrenia?
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Class Discussion What characteristics distinguish how schizophrenia are diagnosed and treated in Ireland? Who gets diagnosed? Why? How does the environment (social, physical, economic, etc.) impact the proliferation of schizophrenia in Ireland? Psychiatric hospitalizations? What is the relationship between saints and schizophrenics?
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Saints, Scholars, and Schizophrenics Rural Ireland and the prevalence of schizophrenia Isolation Emigration abroad to cities Devaluing of farming Religion (why is it more biomedical?) Health system (why do they stay longer in hospitals?)
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Saints, Scholars, and Schizophrenics
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