Asian Medical Systems: A Comparative Study

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Charles M. Leslie
University of California Press, 1 jan. 1977 - 419 pagina's
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Inhoudsopgave

IntroductionCharles Leslie
1
The Practice of Medicine in Ancient and Medieval India
18
Secular and Religious Features of Medieval Arabic Medicine
44
The Intellectual and Social Impulses Behind the Evolution
63
The Soviet VariantMark G Field
82
Total Labor Force and Health Workers USA and USSR 19301969
96
The Sociology of Modern Medical ResearchRenee C Fox
102
Disease Morbidity and Mortality in China India and the Arab
120
The Social Organization of Indigenous and Modern Medical Practices
227
Chinese Traditional Etiology and Methods of Cure in Hong Kong
243
Systems and the Medical Practitioners of a Tamil Town
272
The Place of Indigenous Medical Practitioners in the Modernization
285
Beliefs About Causes of Cholera
293
The Social Organization and Ecology of Medical Practice
300
Resort to Western and Traditional Chinese Medical Systems
312
Chinese Traditional Medicine inapanfYAsUO OTSUKA
322

Traditional Asian Medicine and Cosmopolitan Medicine as Adaptive
133
The Cultural and Interpersonal Context of Everyday Health
159
Strategies of Resort to Curers in South IndiaALAN R BEALS
184
Rupees Spent on Medical Treatment of Critical Illness of Male
193
The Impact of Ayurvedic Ideas on the Culture and the Individual
201
Five Diseases Which FinalYear Students in the College of Ayurveda
218
Number of Practitioners of Some Traditional Therapeutic
338
The Ideology of Medical Revivalism in Modern ChinaRALPH
341
The Ambiguities of Medical Revivalism in Modern India
356
Indigenous Medicine in Nineteenth and TwentiethCentury Bengal
368
Some Suggestions
383
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Over de auteur (1977)

Charles Leslie is Professor of Anthropology and the Humanities at the Center for Science and Culture, University of Delaware. Allan Young is Professor of Anthropology in the Department of Humanities and Social Studies in Medicine, McGill University.

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