Biocultural dimensions of chronic painimplications for treatment of multi-ethnic populations
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State University of New York Press , Albany
Chronic pain -- Cross-cultural studies., Pain -- ethnology., Pain -- psychology., Chronic Disease., Attitude to Health -- ethnology., Cross-Cultural Compar
|Statement||Maryann S. Bates.|
|Series||SUNY series in medical anthropology|
|LC Classifications||RB127 .B374 1996|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xix, 205 p. :|
|ISBN 10||0791427358, 0791427366|
|LC Control Number||95015487|
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The Origins of Biocultural Dimensions in Bioarchaeology. The Purposeful Pain of Drug Addiction: A Biocultural Approach. This “chronic violence” manifests as both physiological and. He suggests that narrative, whether verbal or in artistic depictions, may provide insights into these dimensions.
Narrative is a window on chronic disabling back pain. Chapman and Volinn describe their research in chapter 6. They found eight common themes in a group of 51 chronic back pain patients at exhaustive semistructured : Peter R.
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Binghamton: State University of New York Press. Bates, Maryann S. and W. Edwards. "Ethnic Variations in the Chronic Pain Experience." Ethnicity and Disease 2, 1: Beecher, Henry K. "Pain in Men Wounded in Battle."Cited by: Summary: Chronic Pelvic Pain as a Biocultural Health P roblem Chronic pelvic pain is a severely painfu l and functionally limiting condition that is prevalent among women of all ages from divers e ethnic backgrounds and from varied geographic regions.
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Charles L. Raison (born Decem ) is an American psychiatrist and professor of psychiatry at the University of Wisconsin-Madison School of Medicine and Public Health as well as the Mary Sue and Mike Shannon Chair for Healthy Minds, Children & Families and Professor with the School of Human Ecology in Madison, Wisconsin.
Prior to this he was a professor in Born: DecemDinuba, California. move beyond common tendencies to narrowly focus on the biological dimensions of illness and healing.
Instead we will focus on the ways illness, health, and healing are embedded within distinct social, political, and cultural worlds - meaning the course will examine how experiences such as pain, misfortune, and ecstasy are produced and Size: KB. Whereas credible conditions may take chronic pain as a symptom, fibromyalgia has no referent but chronic pain, and pain, as Scarry has observed, resists objectification, is subjective, interior, inarticulate as a dormant volcano.
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This study explores the perception of chronic pain for home-dwelling Chinese older adults and its influence on (1) self-management ability and (2) management and reduction of chronic by: 1.Biocultural Systematics is written by members of the University of Alabama Biocultural Medical Anthropology program.
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