e-Book Culture Change, Mental Health, and Poverty epub downloadAuthor: Joseph C. Finney
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Article in American Anthropologist 74(12):200 - 201 · October 2009 with 7 Reads. How we measure 'reads'.
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Finney, Joseph C. Culture change, mental health, and poverty Keefe, Susan Emley. Appalachian mental health. Larimore, Walter L. Bryson City Tales: stories of a doctors first year of practice in the Smoky Mountains. Culture change, mental health, and poverty. Looff, David H. Appalachia's children: the challenge of mental health. Mathes, A. H. The botanic physician or family medical advisor.
It proposes the integration of social contact approaches around mental health and poverty within current anti-stigma campaigns and initiatives.
In a study in Western societies, homeless people have a higher prevalence of mental illness when compared to the general population. They also are more likely to suffer from alcoholism and drug dependency. It is estimated that 20–25% of homeless people, compared with 6% of the non-homeless, have severe mental illness. Others estimate that up to one-third of the homeless suffer from mental illness. Studies have found that there is a correlation between homelessness and incarceration.
Claude M. Steiner; Carmen Kerr, New York, 1976; Culture change, mental health, and poverty, ed. Joseph C. Finney, Lexington, 1969. Berry Christopher J. Hume, Hegel and human nature, The Hague et a. 1982. Beyer Landon . 1949. Curriculum in conflict: social visions, educational agendas, and progressive school reform, New York, 1996. Billington James Hardly, 1929. Fire in the minds of men: origins of the revolutionary faith, New York, 1980.
Finney theorized that the Hollingshead Class V designation was another way of describing people within the culture of poverty. See August Hollingshead and Fredrick Redlich, Social Class, Mental Illness, and American Psychiatry (New York: John Wiley & Sons, 1958), 194-250. 24Susan Rigdon, The Culture Façade, 64-68. 25Finney, Culture Change, 159-160.
Finney, Joseph . ed. Culture Change, Mental Health and Poverty. Lexington: University Press of Kentucky, 1969. Keefe, Susan Emley, ed. Lexington: University Press of Kentucky, 1988.