Recovery, renewal, reclaiming : anthropological research toward healing /
|Published:||Knoxville, Tennessee : Newfound Press, University of Tennessee Libraries, |
|Series:||Southern Anthropological Society proceedings ;
no. 43. |
Mentally ill women > Institutional care > Virginia > Marion > 19th century > History > Case studies > Congresses.
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Table of Contents:
- Introduction / Lindsey King
- Creating Healthy Community in the Postindustrial City / Brian A. Hoey
- "The Revolution Will Be Community Grown": Food Justice in the Urban Agriculture Movement of Detroit / James C. Tolleson
- Is There a Prescription Drug "Epidemic" in Appalachian Kentucky?: Media Representations and Implications for Women Who Misuse Prescription Drugs / Lesly-Marie Buer
- The Cultural Context of Depression in Appalachia: Evangelical Christianity and the Experience of Emotional Distress and Heating / Susan E. Keefe and Lisa Curtin
- Idioms of Distress among White Women Patients at the Southwestern Lunatic Asylum, Marion, Virginia, 1887-1891 / Anthony P. Cavender
- Water and Cherokee Healing / Lisa J. Lefler
- The Influences of Vodou on Medical Pluralism and Treatment-Seeking Behavior among Haitian Immigrants in the United States; Suggestions for Cultural Competency Programs / Sarah Hoover
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