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Subjectivity [Texte imprimé] : ethnographic investigations /

de Biehl, João (edt.) ; Good, Byron J.. (edt.) ; Kleinman, Arthur (edt.)
Collation: 1 vol. (XI-464 p.) : ill., couv. ill. ; 23 cm. Collection: Ethnographic studies in subjectivity Édition: Berkeley ; Los Angeles ; London : University of California Press, cop. 2007.ISBN: 9780520247925 (rel); 0520247922 (rel); 9780520247932 (br); 0520247930 (br).Table des matières / Sommaire: Introduction : rethinking subjectivity / João Biehl, Byron Good, and Arthur KleinmanPart I. Transformations in social experience and subjectivity. The vanishing subject : the many faces of subjectivity / Amélie Oksenberg RortyThe experiential basis of subjectivity : how individuals change in the context of societal transformation / Arthur Kleinman and Erin Fitz-HenryHow the body speaks : illness and the lifeworld among the urban poor / Veena Das and Ranendra K. DasAnthropological observation and self-formation / Paul RabinowPart II. Political subjects. Hamlet in purgatory / Stephen GreenblattAmerica’s transient mental illness : a brief history of the self-traumatized perpetrator / Allan YoungViolence and the politics of remorse : lessons from South Africa / Nancy Scheper-HughesPart III. Madness and social suffering. The subject of mental illness : psychosis, mad violence, and subjectivity in Indonesia / Byron J. Good, Subandi, and Mary-Jo DelVecchio GoodThe "Other" of culture in psychosis : the ex-centricity of the subject / Ellen CorinHoarders and scrappers : madness and the social person in the interstices of the city / Anne M. LovellPart IV. Life technologies. Whole bodies, whole persons? : cultural studies, psychoanalysis, and biology / Evelyn Fox KellerThe medical imaginary and the biotechnical embrace : subjective experiences of clinical scientists and patients / Mary-Jo DelVecchio Good"To be freed from the infirmity of (the) age" : subjectivity, life-sustaining treatment, and palliative medicine / Eric L. KrakauerA life : between psychiatric drugs and social abandonment / João BiehlEpilogue : to live with what would otherwise be unendurable : return(s) to subjectivities / Michael M.J. FischerSujet RAMEAU: Ethnology Research | Ethnology Philosophy | Subjectivity | Ethnopsychology | Medical anthropology | Ethnologie Recherche | Subjectivité | Ethnopsychologie | Anthropologie médicale Thématique: Théorie et sciences Thématique spécifique: Ethnologie Type de document: OuvrageLangue du document: anglaisPays d'édition: Etats-Unis d'Amériques, Royaume-Uni de Grande-Bretagne et d'Irlande du NordNote: Accès à la table des matières.
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Introduction : rethinking subjectivity / João Biehl, Byron Good, and Arthur Kleinman Part I. Transformations in social experience and subjectivity. The vanishing subject : the many faces of subjectivity / Amélie Oksenberg Rorty The experiential basis of subjectivity : how individuals change in the context of societal transformation / Arthur Kleinman and Erin Fitz-Henry How the body speaks : illness and the lifeworld among the urban poor / Veena Das and Ranendra K. Das Anthropological observation and self-formation / Paul Rabinow Part II. Political subjects. Hamlet in purgatory / Stephen Greenblatt America’s transient mental illness : a brief history of the self-traumatized perpetrator / Allan Young Violence and the politics of remorse : lessons from South Africa / Nancy Scheper-Hughes Part III. Madness and social suffering. The subject of mental illness : psychosis, mad violence, and subjectivity in Indonesia / Byron J. Good, Subandi, and Mary-Jo DelVecchio Good The "Other" of culture in psychosis : the ex-centricity of the subject / Ellen Corin Hoarders and scrappers : madness and the social person in the interstices of the city / Anne M. Lovell Part IV. Life technologies. Whole bodies, whole persons? : cultural studies, psychoanalysis, and biology / Evelyn Fox Keller The medical imaginary and the biotechnical embrace : subjective experiences of clinical scientists and patients / Mary-Jo DelVecchio Good "To be freed from the infirmity of (the) age" : subjectivity, life-sustaining treatment, and palliative medicine / Eric L. Krakauer A life : between psychiatric drugs and social abandonment / João Biehl Epilogue : to live with what would otherwise be unendurable : return(s) to subjectivities / Michael M.J. Fischer

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