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   Chapter DOI:10.5005/jp/books/11688_49      

Ignorance of cultural validity is the general problem plaguing research in the field of international psychiatry. The concept of cultural validity can be extended to contextualize validity within the specific community being studied. Cultural validity follows theories and instruments need to be ‘grounded’ within that culture, if considered to be valid. Valid... [More]

Chapter-53 Stigmatization of Severe Mental Illness in India: Against the Simple Industrialization Hypothesis by Jadhav Sushrut, Littlewood Roland, Ryder Andrew G, Chakraborty Ajita, Jain Sumeet, Barua Maan (2012) Edition : 1/e

Industrialization hypothesis asserts that industrial economies and attendant life styles result in a poor support, intolerance, rejection, isolation, segregation and institutionalization of the severely mentally ill. Numerous studies have addressed the attitudes of the public towards mental illness. The chapter presents a study that analyses the rural-urban ... [More]

   Chapter DOI:10.5005/jp/books/11688_55      

Culture can be defined as the sum of dynamic beliefs, values and behaviors of a particular group. It refers both to the community in which a health care worker works, and also to the beliefs, values and behaviors of the health professional and their own changing health system. Many rural values are positive and insightful that may even benefit the personal a... [More]