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グローバル精神保健ハンドブック

The Palgrave Handbook of Global Mental Health

White, Ross G. (EDT)   Jain, Sumeet (EDT)   Orr, David M. R. (EDT)

Palgrave Macmillan 2016/12
817 p. 20 illus. 24 cm   
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テキストの言語: ENG    出版国: DE
ISBN: 9781137395092
KCN: 1026628679
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Explores challenges and opportunities that exist in efforts aimed at addressing inequities in mental health provision across the globe.

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This handbook incisively explores challenges and opportunities that exist in efforts aimed at addressing inequities in mental health provision across the globe.
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Table of Contents

PART I. Mental Health Across the Globe: Conceptual Perspectives from Social Science and Humanities. Chapter 1. Occupying Space: Mental Health Geography and Global Directions; Cheryl McGeachan & Chris Philo.- Chapter 2. Cross-Cultural Psychiatry and Validity in DSM-5; Tim Thornton.- Chapter 3. Historical Reflections on Mental Health and Illness: India, Japan, and the West; Christopher Harding.- Chapter 4. Reflecting on the Medicalization of Distress; Gavin Miller.- Chapter 5. Diverse Approaches To Recovery From Severe Mental Illness; Heather M. Aldersey, Ademola B. Adeponle & Robert Whitley.- Chapter 6. Positive Mental Health and Wellbeing; Sarah C. White & Carola Eyber.- Chapter 7. Global Mental Health and Psychopharmacology in Precarious Ecologies: Anthropological Considerations for Engagement and Efficacy; Janis H. Jenkins & Ellen Kozelka.- Chapter 8. Commentary on 'Mental Health Across the Globe: Conceptual Perspectives from Social Science and Humanities' section; Duncan Pedersen.- PART II. Globalising Mental Health: Challenges and New Visions.- Chapter 9. 'Global Mental Health Spreads Like Bush Fire in the Global South':Efforts to Scale up Mental Health Services in Low and Middle-Income countries; China Mills & Ross G. White.- Chapter 10. Community Mental Health Competencies: A New Vision for Global Mental Health; Rochelle Burgess & Kaaren Mathias.- Chapter 11. Three Challenges to a Life Course Approach in Global Mental Health: Epistemic Violence, Temporality and Forced Migration; Charles Watters.- Chapter 12. Addressing Mental Health Related Stigma in a Global Context; Ross G. White, Padmavati Ramachandran & Shuba Kumar.- Chapter 13. The Effects of Societal Violence in War and Post-War Contexts; Hanna Kienzler & Peter Locke.- Chapter 14. Medical Pluralism and Global Mental Health; David M.R. Orr and Serena Bindi.- Chapter 15. Mental Health Law in a Global Context; Jill Stavert.- Chapter 16. Suicide in Low- and Middle-income Countries; Baffour Boaten Boahen-Boaten, Ross G. White & Rory C. O'Connor.- Chapter 17. Anthropology and Global Mental Health: Depth, Breadth, and Relevance; Catherine Panter-Brick & Mark Eggerman.- Chapter 18. Balancing the Local and the Global: Commentary on 'Globalising Mental Health: Challenges and New Visions'; Crick Lund.- PART III. Case Studies of Innovative Practice and Policy.- Chapter 19. BasicNeeds: Scaling Up Mental Health and Development; Chris Underhill, Shoba Raja & Sebastian Farquhar.- Chapter 20. Voices from the Field: A Cambodian-Led Approach to Mental Health; Lucy Gamble.- Chapter 21. Synthesizing Global and Local Knowledge for the Development of Maternal Mental Health Care: Two Cases from South Africa; Sara Cooper, Simone Honikman, Ingrid Meintjes & Mark Tomlinson.- Chapter 22. Towards School-Based Interventions for Mental Health in Nigeria; Bolanle Ola & Olayinka Atilola.- Chapter 23. A Family-Based Intervention for People with a Psychotic Disorder in Nicaragua; Rimke van der Geest.- Chapter 24. The Distress of Makutu: Some Cultural-Clinical Considerations of Maori Witchcraft; Ingo Lambrecht. Chapter 25. Engaging Indigenous People in Mental Health Services in Australia; Timothy A. Carey & Dennis R. McDermott.- Chapter 26. Language, Measurement, and Structural Violence: Global Mental Health Case Studies from Haiti and the Dominican Republic; Hunter M. Keys & Bonnie N. Kaiser.- Chapter 27. Taking The Psychiatrist To School:The Development of a Dream-A-World Cultural Therapy Program for Behaviorally Disturbed and Academically Underperforming Primary School Children in Jamaica; Frederick W. Hickling.- Chapter 28. Brain Gain in Uganda: A Case Study of Peer Working as an Adjunct to Statutory Mental Health Care in a Low Income Country; Cerdic Hall, David Baillie, David Basangwa & Joseph Atukunda.- Chapter 29. commit and act in Sierra Leone; Corinna Stewart, Beate Ebert & Hannah Bockarie.- Chapter 30. Globalisation of Pesticide Ingestion in Suicides: An Overview from a Deltaic Region of a Middle-Income nation, India; Sohini Banerjee & Arabinda N Chowdhury.- Chapter 31. Mapping Difficult Terrains: The Writing of Policy on Mental Health; Alok Sarin & Sanjeev Jain.- Chapter 32. Mental Health in Primary Health Care: The Karuna Trust Experience; N S Prashanth, V S Sridharan, Tanya Seshadri, H Sudarshan, K V Kishore Kumar & R Srinivasa Murthy.- Chapter 33. Iswar Sankalpa: Experience with the Homeless Persons with Mental; Debashis Chatterjee & Sarbani Das Roy.- Chapter 34. Commentary on 'Case Studies of Innovative Practice and Policy' Section; Rachel Tribe. v>