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Culture, experience and pluralism : essays on African ideas of illness and healing.

de Jacobson-Widding, Anita ed; Westerlund, David ed.

Collection: Uppsala Studies in Cultural Anthropology ; 13 .Éditeur: Uppsala : University of Uppsala, 1989.Description: 308 p.ISBN: 91-554-2325-6.N° Inventaire: L11268, FCT647.Thématique: Guérison | Ethnomédecine | Maladie | Sorcellerie | Conception du corpsThématique spécifique: Relations sociales | Sorcellerie | Epidémiologie | Divination | Système de représentation | Sexualité | Classification | Cure | Culte | Système médical | Chaleur | Charme | Rituel | Guérison | Médecine | Thérapeute | Cosmologie | Discours sur la maladie | Recherche transculturelle | Santé | Homme | Médecine moderne | Rite de protection | Conception de la santé | Conception de la maladie | Catégorie de pensée | Fièvre | Anthropologie médicale | Protection | Possession | Religion | Thérapie | Mort | Interprétation | Guérisseur | Croyance | Rite thérapeutique | Corps | Devin | Pouvoir thérapeutique | Femme | Sorcier | Diagnostic | Médecine traditionnelle | Symbolisme | Discours sur le corps | Relation avec les esprits | MédecinGéographique: Afrique orientale | Kenya | Botswana | Afrique du Sud | Somalie | Nigeria | Tanzanie | Zimbabwe | Zaïre (1971-1997)Ethnique: Bochiman | Koma | Massaï | Zinza | Kongo | Giriama | Zoulou | Manyika | Borana | Meru | Sukuma | YorubaContenu: Cultural Categories and the Power of Ambiguity / Jacobson-Widding, A. -- Notions of Heat and Fever among the Manyika of Zimbabwe / Jacobson-Widding, A. -- Gender Metaphors in Maladies and Medicines : The symbolism of protective charms among the Giriama of Kenya / Udvardy, M. -- The Meaning of Illness among the Koma of Northern Nigeria / Paarup-Laursen, B. -- Why Trees are Medicine : Aspects of Maasai cosmology / Arhem, K. -- Incorporating the Unknown : The power of Southern Somali medicine / Helander, B. -- Personal Experience and Official Ideology : The illness of the double bind / Jacobson-Widding, A. -- Confessions of Guilt and Restoration to Health : Some illustrative Zulu examples / Berglund, A.-I. -- Curse as a Manifestation of Broken Human Relationships among the Meru of Tanzania / Harhula, R. -- The Epidemiological Aspect of Spirit Possession among the Maasai of Tanzania / Hurskainen, A. -- Possession as Cure : The Ayaana cult among the Waso Borana / Dahl, G. -- Indigenous Pluralism and Multiple Medical Systems / Westerlund, D. -- Pluralism and Change : A comparative and historical approach to african disease etiologies / Westerlund, D. -- Witchraft as Explanation : The case of the Zinza / Bjerke, S. -- Philosophy of Medicine among the Maasai / Olsson, T. -- Healer, Witch, Prophet or Modern Health Worker? The changing role of Ngaka ya Setswana / Ingstad, B. -- Manipulation of Multiple Health Systems in the Coastal Regions of Tanzania / Swantz, M.-L. -- Anthropological Approaches to African Misfortune : From religion to medicine / Whyte, S.R.
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Notes. Bibliogr. dissém. Index.

Cultural Categories and the Power of Ambiguity / Jacobson-Widding, A. -- Notions of Heat and Fever among the Manyika of Zimbabwe / Jacobson-Widding, A. -- Gender Metaphors in Maladies and Medicines : The symbolism of protective charms among the Giriama of Kenya / Udvardy, M. -- The Meaning of Illness among the Koma of Northern Nigeria / Paarup-Laursen, B. -- Why Trees are Medicine : Aspects of Maasai cosmology / Arhem, K. -- Incorporating the Unknown : The power of Southern Somali medicine / Helander, B. -- Personal Experience and Official Ideology : The illness of the double bind / Jacobson-Widding, A. -- Confessions of Guilt and Restoration to Health : Some illustrative Zulu examples / Berglund, A.-I. -- Curse as a Manifestation of Broken Human Relationships among the Meru of Tanzania / Harhula, R. -- The Epidemiological Aspect of Spirit Possession among the Maasai of Tanzania / Hurskainen, A. -- Possession as Cure : The Ayaana cult among the Waso Borana / Dahl, G. -- Indigenous Pluralism and Multiple Medical Systems / Westerlund, D. -- Pluralism and Change : A comparative and historical approach to african disease etiologies / Westerlund, D. -- Witchraft as Explanation : The case of the Zinza / Bjerke, S. -- Philosophy of Medicine among the Maasai / Olsson, T. -- Healer, Witch, Prophet or Modern Health Worker? The changing role of Ngaka ya Setswana / Ingstad, B. -- Manipulation of Multiple Health Systems in the Coastal Regions of Tanzania / Swantz, M.-L. -- Anthropological Approaches to African Misfortune : From religion to medicine / Whyte, S.R.

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