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New Directions in Psychological Anthropology / Edition 1

New Directions in Psychological Anthropology / Edition 1

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ISBN-13: 9780521426091
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Publication date: 01/19/1993
Series: Publications of the Society for Psychological Anthropology Series , #3
Edition description: New Edition
Pages: 364
Product dimensions: 5.98(w) x 8.98(h) x 0.83(d)

Table of Contents

Introduction Geoffrey M. White and Catherine A. Lutz; Part I. Cognition and Social Selves: 1. Ethnopsychology Geoffrey M. White; 2. Cognitive anthropology Roy G. D'Andrade; 3. Schemes for schemata Janet Dixon Keller; 4. The woman who climbed up the house: some limitations of schema theory Dorothy Holland; Part II. Learning to be Human: 5. Language as tool in the socialization and apprehension of cultural meanings Peggy J. Miller and Lisa Hoogstra; 6. Human development in psychological anthropology Sara Harkness; Part III. The Body's Person: 7. Putting people in biology: toward a synthesis of biological and psychological anthropology James S. Chisholm; 8. Cupid and Psyche: investigative syncretism in biological and psychosocial anthropology Carol M. Worthman; Part IV. Psychiatry and its Contexts: 9. Culture and psychopathology: directions for psychiatric anthropology Bryon J. Good; 10. A prologue to a psychiatric anthropology Robert I. Levy; 11. Hungry bodies, medicine, and the state: toward a critical psychological anthropology Nancy Scheper-Hughes; Part V. Psychoanalytic Approaches: 12. Is psychoanalysis relevant for anthropology? Katherine P. Ewing; 13. Intent and meaning in psychoanalysis and cultural study Bertram J. Cohler; 14. Some thoughts on hermeneutics and psychoanalytic anthropology Vincent Crapanzano; Part VI. Disciplinary Perspectives: 15. Polarity and plurality: Franz Boas as psychological anthropologist George W. Stocking, Jr.; 16. Anthropology and psychology: an unrequited relationship Theodore Schwartz; Index.

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