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Table of Contents
|indicates new to the Second Edition To the Instructor To the Student|
|Understanding Medical Anthropology: Biosocial and Cultural Approaches|
|Medical Anthropology: An Introduction to the Fields Biosocial ApproachesEvolution, Health and Medicine|
|Stone Agers in the Fast Lane: Chronic Degenerative Diseases in Evolutionary Perspective|
|Culture and Medicine: How is Darwinian Medicine Useful? Human Biological Variation|
|The Tall and the Short of It|
|Why Genes Don't Count (For Racial Differences in Health)|
|Skin Deep Bioarchaeology and the History of Health|
|Health and Disease in Prehistoric Populations in Transition|
|Determinants of Health Cultural Approaches Cultural and Political Ecologies of Disease|
|Cultural Adaptations to Endemic Malaria in Sardinia|
|Social Inequalities and Emerging Infectious Disease|
|Why is it Easier to Get Drugs than Drug Treatment in the United States? Ethnomedicine and Healers|
|Disease Etiologies in Non-Western Medical Systems|
|The Doctor's White Coat: The Image of the Physician in Modern America Belief and Healing|
|The Sorcerer and His Magic|
|Doctors and Patients: The Role of Clinicians in the Placebo Effect|
|The Nocebo Phenomenon: Concept, Evidence, and implications for Public Health Meaning and Experience of Illness|
|Learning to Be a Leper: A Case Study in the Social Construction of Illness|
|Strategic Suffering: Illness Narratives as Social Empowerment among Mexican Cancer Patients|
|The Damaged Self Biomedicine, Technology, and the Body|
|Accounting for Amniocentesis|
|Religion and Reproductive Technologies|
|Rethinking the Biological Clock: Eleventh Hour Moms, Miracle Moms, and the Meanings of Age-Related Infertility|
|Inventing a New Death and Making it Believable Culture and Mental Health|
|Do Psychiatric Disorders Differ in Different Cultures?|
|The Epidemiology of a Folk Illness: Susto in Hispanic America|
|Seeking to Escape the Suffering of Existence: Internet Suicide in Japan|
|Applying Medical Anthropology Case Studies in Explanatory Models|
|The Hot-Cold Theory of Disease: Implications for the Treatment of Puerto Rican Patients|
|Ethnomedical Beliefs and Patient Adherence to a Treatment Regimen: A St. Lucien Example|
|Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, based on work by Suzanne Heurtin-Roberts and Efrain Reisin, Health Beliefs and Compliance with Prescribed Medication for Hypertension Among Black Women - New Orleans 1985-86 Working with the Culture of Biomedicine|
|Anthropology and the World of Physicians|
|A Teaching Framework for Cross-Cultural Health Care|
|Beyond Cultural Competence|
|Confronting "Culture" In Medicine's "Culture of No Culture" Ethnicity and Health Care|
|A Case of Lead Poisoning from Folk Remedies in Mexican American Communities|
|Why Does Juan Garcn++a Have a Drinking Problem? The Perspective of Critical Medical Anthropology|
|Apophia Namageyo-Funa, Leonard Jack|
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