Title Our most troubling madness : case studies in schizophrenia across cultures / edited by T.M. Luhrmann and Jocelyn Marrow.
Published Oakland, California : University of California Press, [2016]
Detail xvi, 286 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
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Added Author Marrow, Jocelyn, editor, contributor
  Luhrmann, T. M. (Tanya M.), 1959- editor, contributor
  Luhrmann, T. M. "I'm schizophrenic!" how diagnosis can change identity in the U.S
  Sousa, Amy June. Diagnostic neutrality in psychiatric treatment in North India
  Marrow, Jocelyn. Vulnerable transition in a world of kin : in the shadow of good wifeliness in North India
  Mazza, Giulia. Work and respect in Chennai
  Eliacin, Johanne. Racism and immigration : an African-Caribbean woman in London
  Luhrmann, T. M. Voices that are more benign : the experience of auditory hallucinations in Chennai
  Padmavati, R. Voices that are more benign : the experience of auditory hallucinations in Chennai
  Droney , Damien. Demonic voices : one man's experience of God and witches in Accra, Ghana
  Sood, Anubha. Madness experienced as faith : temple healing in South India
  Friedman, Jack R. Faith interpreted as madness : religion, poverty, and psychiatry in the life of a Romanian woman
  Luhrmann, T. M. Culture of the institutional circuit in the United States
  Cassaniti, Julia. Return to baseline : a different kind of psychosis in Thailand
  Myers, Neely A.L. Fragile recovery in the United States
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