Toward a Processual Anthropology of Psychiatric Discourse, Practice and Experience

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Brief review and analysis uses processual anthropology to explore and understand the cultural process and individual experience associated with competing definitions of mental illness. The contradictions and ideological contentions that have colored the recent history of psychiatry can be understood as forming competing redressive frames in the web of social dramas that are generated by individuals who act, think or feel in a manner that is marked as deviant. This 33-page article was written in 1997 as a Master's project.
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September 28, 2011
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