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Appalachian mental health, edited by Susan Emley Keefe

Label
Appalachian mental health
Title
Appalachian mental health
Statement of responsibility
edited by Susan Emley Keefe
Contributor
Subject
Language
eng
Summary
This volume is the first to explore broadly many important theoretical and applied issues concerning the mental health of Appalachians. The authors -- anthropologists, psychologists, social workers and others -- overturn many assumptions held by earlier writers, who have tended to see Appalachia and its people as being dominated by a culture of poverty. While the heterogeneity of the region is acknowledged in the diversity of sub-areas and populations discussed, dominant themes emerge concerning Appalachia as a whole. The result of the authors' varied approaches is a cumulative portrait of a st
Dewey number
362.2042
Index
no index present
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
dictionaries
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Keefe, Susan E.
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  • Appalachian Region, Southern
  • Mental health services
  • Mental health
  • Rural poor
  • Rural poor
  • Rural poor
  • Social environment
Label
Appalachian mental health, edited by Susan Emley Keefe
Instantiates
Publication
Note
Comprehensive care in eastern kentucky
Antecedent source
unknown
Bibliography note
REFERENCES3 Religion in Southern Appalachia; HISTORICAL PERSPECTIVE; TRADITIONAL RELIGION AND THE MENTAL HEALTH PROFESSIONAL; NOTES; REFERENCES; PART II. SOCIOCULTURAL SYSTEMS ANDMENTAL HEALTH PROBLEMS; 4 Adaptive Socialization Values of Low-Income Appalachian Mothers; SAMPLE AND METHOD; RESULTS; DISCUSSION; NOTES; REFERENCES; 5 Gender, Class, and Self-Image; SOCIAL STATUS IN RURAL COMMUNITIES; PSYCHOLOGICAL PERSPECTIVES; ECONOMIC DYNAMICS; SELF-PERCEPTIONS OF APPALACHIAN WOMEN; IMPLICATIONS FOR MENTAL HEALTH PLANNING; REFERENCES; 6 The Social Context of ""Nerves"" in Eastern Kentucky
Color
multicolored
Contents
  • Cover; Half-title; Title; Copyright; Contents; Lists of Tables and Figures; Preface; Introduction; THE NEED FOR CRITICAL STUDIES; PROFITING FROM THE CONCEPT OF CULTURE; APPALACHIANS AND MENTAL HEALTH; NOTES; REFERENCES; PART I. THE APPALACHIAN CONTEXT; 1 Appalachian Cultural Systems, Past and Present; HISTORICAL PATTERNS OF DEVELOPMENT; FAMILY ROLES IN HISTORICAL CONTEXT; IMPLICATIONS FOR MENTAL HEALTH SYSTEMS; REFERENCES; 2 Appalachian Family Ties; THE APPALACHIAN FAMILY GROUP; THE KINDRED; CONTRAST WITH MAINSTREAM AMERICANS; FAMILY TIES AND STRESS; IMPLICATIONS FOR INTERVENTION; NOTES
  • METHODOLOGYTHE INFORMANTS; ""IT FEELS LIKE A FEAR RIGHT IN YOUR FLESH""; THERE IS NO ""CASTING THEM OFF""; ""THEY SAY PRESSURE AND STRAIN CAUSES IT""; NERVE PILLS-""ANYBODY CAN TAKE 'EM""; DISCUSSION: ""THIS IS REAL""; NOTES; REFERENCES; 7 Social Support Networks of Families with HandicappedChildren; SOCIAL SUPPORT AND THE APPALACHIAN FAMILY; RESEARCH QUESTIONS AND METHODOLOGY; RESULTS; DISCUSSION; NOTES; REFERENCES; PART III. MENTAL HEALTH SERVICEUTILIZATION IN THE MOUNTAINS; 8 Factors Affecting the Use of Mental Health Services:A Review; CULTURAL FACTORS; INSTITUTIONAL FACTORS
  • RECOMMENDATIONSREFERENCES; 9. Enhancing the Use of Mental Health Services; THE PLANNING PROCESS; MANIPULABLE FACTORS; SAMPLE PLAN COMPONENTS; REFERENCES; 10 An Exploratory Study of Mental Health Service Utilization by Appalachians and Non-Appalachians; METHOD OF ANALYSIS; COMPARISON OF APPALACHIAN AND NON-APPALACHIAN CLIENTS; NOTES; REFERENCES; PART IV. CULTURAL CONSIDERATIONS IN THERAPEUTIC ENCOUNTERS; 11 Cross-Cultural Conflict between Providers and Clients and Staff Members; LABELING: HOW DO PEOPLE REFER TO EACH OTHER?; ORIENTATIONS IN INTERACTION; DEFINITIONS OF TIME; PROBLEM SOLVING
  • IS CHANGE ""PROGRESS""?THE SACRED IN EVERYDAY LIFE; CULTURAL ILLITERACY AMONG PROVIDERS; REFERENCES; 12 Appalachian Family Therapy; MOUNTAIN YOUTH RESOURCES; FAMILY SYSTEMS THERAPY; APPALACHIAN FAMILY CHARACTERISTICS; THE BUCKNER FAMILY; NOTES; REFERENCES; 13 Hospitalized Appalachian Adolescents; TERESA; MARY LOU; HOMEPLACE TIES; ADOLESCENTS AS CULTURE BROKERS; CROSS-CULTURAL COMPARISONS AND IMPLICATIONS; EPILOGUE; NOTES; REFERENCES; PART V. PROBLEMS AND PROMISE IN APPALACHIAN MENTAL HEALTH SERVICE DELIVERY; 14 Conscience and Convenience in Eastern Kentucky
Control code
ocn900344774
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource (266 pages)
File format
unknown
Form of item
online
Isbn
9780813158778
Level of compression
unknown
Quality assurance targets
not applicable
Reformatting quality
unknown
Sound
unknown sound
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)900344774
Label
Appalachian mental health, edited by Susan Emley Keefe
Publication
Note
Comprehensive care in eastern kentucky
Antecedent source
unknown
Bibliography note
REFERENCES3 Religion in Southern Appalachia; HISTORICAL PERSPECTIVE; TRADITIONAL RELIGION AND THE MENTAL HEALTH PROFESSIONAL; NOTES; REFERENCES; PART II. SOCIOCULTURAL SYSTEMS ANDMENTAL HEALTH PROBLEMS; 4 Adaptive Socialization Values of Low-Income Appalachian Mothers; SAMPLE AND METHOD; RESULTS; DISCUSSION; NOTES; REFERENCES; 5 Gender, Class, and Self-Image; SOCIAL STATUS IN RURAL COMMUNITIES; PSYCHOLOGICAL PERSPECTIVES; ECONOMIC DYNAMICS; SELF-PERCEPTIONS OF APPALACHIAN WOMEN; IMPLICATIONS FOR MENTAL HEALTH PLANNING; REFERENCES; 6 The Social Context of ""Nerves"" in Eastern Kentucky
Color
multicolored
Contents
  • Cover; Half-title; Title; Copyright; Contents; Lists of Tables and Figures; Preface; Introduction; THE NEED FOR CRITICAL STUDIES; PROFITING FROM THE CONCEPT OF CULTURE; APPALACHIANS AND MENTAL HEALTH; NOTES; REFERENCES; PART I. THE APPALACHIAN CONTEXT; 1 Appalachian Cultural Systems, Past and Present; HISTORICAL PATTERNS OF DEVELOPMENT; FAMILY ROLES IN HISTORICAL CONTEXT; IMPLICATIONS FOR MENTAL HEALTH SYSTEMS; REFERENCES; 2 Appalachian Family Ties; THE APPALACHIAN FAMILY GROUP; THE KINDRED; CONTRAST WITH MAINSTREAM AMERICANS; FAMILY TIES AND STRESS; IMPLICATIONS FOR INTERVENTION; NOTES
  • METHODOLOGYTHE INFORMANTS; ""IT FEELS LIKE A FEAR RIGHT IN YOUR FLESH""; THERE IS NO ""CASTING THEM OFF""; ""THEY SAY PRESSURE AND STRAIN CAUSES IT""; NERVE PILLS-""ANYBODY CAN TAKE 'EM""; DISCUSSION: ""THIS IS REAL""; NOTES; REFERENCES; 7 Social Support Networks of Families with HandicappedChildren; SOCIAL SUPPORT AND THE APPALACHIAN FAMILY; RESEARCH QUESTIONS AND METHODOLOGY; RESULTS; DISCUSSION; NOTES; REFERENCES; PART III. MENTAL HEALTH SERVICEUTILIZATION IN THE MOUNTAINS; 8 Factors Affecting the Use of Mental Health Services:A Review; CULTURAL FACTORS; INSTITUTIONAL FACTORS
  • RECOMMENDATIONSREFERENCES; 9. Enhancing the Use of Mental Health Services; THE PLANNING PROCESS; MANIPULABLE FACTORS; SAMPLE PLAN COMPONENTS; REFERENCES; 10 An Exploratory Study of Mental Health Service Utilization by Appalachians and Non-Appalachians; METHOD OF ANALYSIS; COMPARISON OF APPALACHIAN AND NON-APPALACHIAN CLIENTS; NOTES; REFERENCES; PART IV. CULTURAL CONSIDERATIONS IN THERAPEUTIC ENCOUNTERS; 11 Cross-Cultural Conflict between Providers and Clients and Staff Members; LABELING: HOW DO PEOPLE REFER TO EACH OTHER?; ORIENTATIONS IN INTERACTION; DEFINITIONS OF TIME; PROBLEM SOLVING
  • IS CHANGE ""PROGRESS""?THE SACRED IN EVERYDAY LIFE; CULTURAL ILLITERACY AMONG PROVIDERS; REFERENCES; 12 Appalachian Family Therapy; MOUNTAIN YOUTH RESOURCES; FAMILY SYSTEMS THERAPY; APPALACHIAN FAMILY CHARACTERISTICS; THE BUCKNER FAMILY; NOTES; REFERENCES; 13 Hospitalized Appalachian Adolescents; TERESA; MARY LOU; HOMEPLACE TIES; ADOLESCENTS AS CULTURE BROKERS; CROSS-CULTURAL COMPARISONS AND IMPLICATIONS; EPILOGUE; NOTES; REFERENCES; PART V. PROBLEMS AND PROMISE IN APPALACHIAN MENTAL HEALTH SERVICE DELIVERY; 14 Conscience and Convenience in Eastern Kentucky
Control code
ocn900344774
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource (266 pages)
File format
unknown
Form of item
online
Isbn
9780813158778
Level of compression
unknown
Quality assurance targets
not applicable
Reformatting quality
unknown
Sound
unknown sound
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)900344774

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