Rethinking Psychiatry

Rethinking Psychiatry By Arthur Kleinman, Rethinking Psychiatry In this book Leinman proposes an international view of mental illness and mental care He examines how the prevalence and nature of disorders vary in different cultures how clinicians make their diag
  • Title: Rethinking Psychiatry
  • Author: Arthur Kleinman
  • ISBN: 9780029174425
  • Page: 480
  • Format: Paperback
  • Rethinking Psychiatry By Arthur Kleinman, In this book, Leinman proposes an international view of mental illness and mental care He examines how the prevalence and nature of disorders vary in different cultures, how clinicians make their diagnoses, and how they heal, and the educational and practical implications of a true understanding of the interplay between biology and culture.
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    1. Kleinman argues for a inclusive clinical methodology one that gives equal weight to personal, social, and cultural factors, alongside the biological criteria that dominate our medical system However, issues of time, training, bureaucracy, economics, and politics build seemingly insurmountable barriers against such a utopian vision of full blown anthropologically based psychiatric processes Healing systems professional as well as folk can, though often they do not, offer interpretations that cha [...]



    2. Arthur Kleinman, a psychiatrist and medical anthropologist, approaches psychiatric diagnosis and the concepts of disease and illness from cross cultural and anthropological perspectives Though the idea that psychiatric diagnoses are culturally informed constructs may seem like a no brainer to those who recognize that than just biological processes play a role in mental disorders distress, the professional application of this idea which should include recognizing our assumptions, large and small [...]


    3. neuroses represent the medicalization of socially caused psychophysiological syndromes of human misery from this social perspective, neuroses are not diseases, but socially induced behavioral manifestations of distress most disorders including a wide range of medical disorders have their highest prevalence rate among the poor and disadvantaged Black 1980 61


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