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The Resource Mental health in Africa, edited by Olayiwola A. Erinosho and Norman W. Bell

Mental health in Africa, edited by Olayiwola A. Erinosho and Norman W. Bell

Label
Mental health in Africa
Title
Mental health in Africa
Statement of responsibility
edited by Olayiwola A. Erinosho and Norman W. Bell
Contributor
Subject
Genre
Language
eng
Member of
Action
committed to retain for EAST
Cataloging source
DLC
Index
no index present
LC call number
RA790.7.A435
LC item number
M46 1982
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
Series statement
Tropical medicine series
Series volume
3
Label
Mental health in Africa, edited by Olayiwola A. Erinosho and Norman W. Bell
Instantiates
Publication
Note
Selected papers from the 1st regional conference of the Research Committee on the Sociology of Mental Health (International Sociological Association), Ibadan University, Nigeria, 7-11 Dec. 1980
Bibliography note
Bibliography: p.248-262
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • (7 p.).
  • Comments on research into intellectual development of the Yoruba : performance of underlying ability?
  • Brenda R Meldrum
  • (10 p.).
  • Some mental health implications of fostering and daily minding of Nigerian children in Britain
  • Jenny M Leishman
  • (10 p.).
  • Sociocultural determinants of psychological disorder in a modernizing African society
  • Olayiwola A Erinosho
  • (12 p.).
  • The challenge of planning mental health services
  • Epidemiology of mental disorders in Africa
  • M.O Olatawura
  • (7 p.)
  • Norman W Bell
  • (7 p.).
  • Social and clinical features of patients at a state psychiatric hospital in Nigeria
  • W.P.J.C Onyeama
  • (8 p.).
  • Alcoholism : a missed diagnosis?
  • Omotayo I Ifabumuyi
  • (3 p.).
  • Concepts of illness among the mentally ill in Kenya
  • P.O Onyango
  • (6 p.).
  • Lying and culture : a West African case study
  • Leonard Bloom
  • (11 p.).
  • The evolution of psychiatric care in Zimbabwe
  • William Murdoch
  • (5 p.).
  • Spirit possession cults in Irigwe, Nigeria : an indigenous response to severe separation depression
  • Social psychiatry in French-speaking Africa
  • Rene Collignon
  • (20 p.).
  • Some sociomedical attributes of chronic psychiatric patients in Nigeria
  • A.O Odejide
  • (3 p.).
  • Social mobility and mental health
  • Robert F Eshleman
  • (2 p.)
  • Walter H Sangree
  • (16 p.).
  • The use of repertory grid technique in evaluating indigenous concepts of mental illness in Uganda
  • John Orley
  • (7 p.).
  • Concept of mental illness among Ivoriens
  • B Claver
  • (4 p.).
  • Role strain and working mothers in an urban centre in Nigeria : some implications for mental health
  • Catherine M Di Domenico
  • (9 p.).
  • Defensive attribution and attitude to mental illness
  • Dennis C Ugwuegbu
  • (9 p.).
  • Attitudes of illiterate Nigerian to mental illness
  • Ayo Binitie
  • (4 p.).
  • The relevance of family therapy to Africa
  • Attitudes of Nigerian nurses toward mental illness
  • Rosaline O Olade
  • (6 p.).
  • Ambivalence of "Westernized" professionals in Africa toward traditional medicine
  • Victor R Adebimpe
  • (5 p.).
  • Case report on a vagrant psychotic
  • Supo Laosebikan
  • (4 p.).
  • Why should Nigeria bother about psychiatrists?
  • Nora Wilson
  • John C Ebie
  • (32 p.).
  • Which therapeutic model for Africa?
  • Alexander Boroffka
  • (8 p.).
  • The Ogun State approach to developing mental health service for the grassroots
  • Akolawole Ayorinde
  • (6 p.).
  • Aro village system in perspective
  • R. Olukayode Jegede
  • (4 p.).
  • (5 p.).
  • Behaviour therapy model in mental health planning for Africa
  • J.O Akinboye
  • (3 p.).
  • The role of prophetic and healing sects in the management of mental illness
  • C. Onyeka Nwanunobi
  • (5 p.).
  • Healing methods of a prayer house in Enugu, Nigeria
  • Peter O Ebigbo
  • (4 p.)
  • Psychiatry, socio-economic development and the state
  • Neuma Aguiar
  • (5 p.).
  • Internal migration and mental illness : the case of Maiduguri, Nigeria
  • Delroy M Louden
Dimensions
22 cm.
Extent
xv, 266 pages
Isbn
9789781211324
Isbn Type
(pbk.)
Lccn
84254673
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
System control number
  • (OCoLC)09752812
  • (OCoLC)ocm09752812
Label
Mental health in Africa, edited by Olayiwola A. Erinosho and Norman W. Bell
Publication
Note
Selected papers from the 1st regional conference of the Research Committee on the Sociology of Mental Health (International Sociological Association), Ibadan University, Nigeria, 7-11 Dec. 1980
Bibliography note
Bibliography: p.248-262
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • (7 p.).
  • Comments on research into intellectual development of the Yoruba : performance of underlying ability?
  • Brenda R Meldrum
  • (10 p.).
  • Some mental health implications of fostering and daily minding of Nigerian children in Britain
  • Jenny M Leishman
  • (10 p.).
  • Sociocultural determinants of psychological disorder in a modernizing African society
  • Olayiwola A Erinosho
  • (12 p.).
  • The challenge of planning mental health services
  • Epidemiology of mental disorders in Africa
  • M.O Olatawura
  • (7 p.)
  • Norman W Bell
  • (7 p.).
  • Social and clinical features of patients at a state psychiatric hospital in Nigeria
  • W.P.J.C Onyeama
  • (8 p.).
  • Alcoholism : a missed diagnosis?
  • Omotayo I Ifabumuyi
  • (3 p.).
  • Concepts of illness among the mentally ill in Kenya
  • P.O Onyango
  • (6 p.).
  • Lying and culture : a West African case study
  • Leonard Bloom
  • (11 p.).
  • The evolution of psychiatric care in Zimbabwe
  • William Murdoch
  • (5 p.).
  • Spirit possession cults in Irigwe, Nigeria : an indigenous response to severe separation depression
  • Social psychiatry in French-speaking Africa
  • Rene Collignon
  • (20 p.).
  • Some sociomedical attributes of chronic psychiatric patients in Nigeria
  • A.O Odejide
  • (3 p.).
  • Social mobility and mental health
  • Robert F Eshleman
  • (2 p.)
  • Walter H Sangree
  • (16 p.).
  • The use of repertory grid technique in evaluating indigenous concepts of mental illness in Uganda
  • John Orley
  • (7 p.).
  • Concept of mental illness among Ivoriens
  • B Claver
  • (4 p.).
  • Role strain and working mothers in an urban centre in Nigeria : some implications for mental health
  • Catherine M Di Domenico
  • (9 p.).
  • Defensive attribution and attitude to mental illness
  • Dennis C Ugwuegbu
  • (9 p.).
  • Attitudes of illiterate Nigerian to mental illness
  • Ayo Binitie
  • (4 p.).
  • The relevance of family therapy to Africa
  • Attitudes of Nigerian nurses toward mental illness
  • Rosaline O Olade
  • (6 p.).
  • Ambivalence of "Westernized" professionals in Africa toward traditional medicine
  • Victor R Adebimpe
  • (5 p.).
  • Case report on a vagrant psychotic
  • Supo Laosebikan
  • (4 p.).
  • Why should Nigeria bother about psychiatrists?
  • Nora Wilson
  • John C Ebie
  • (32 p.).
  • Which therapeutic model for Africa?
  • Alexander Boroffka
  • (8 p.).
  • The Ogun State approach to developing mental health service for the grassroots
  • Akolawole Ayorinde
  • (6 p.).
  • Aro village system in perspective
  • R. Olukayode Jegede
  • (4 p.).
  • (5 p.).
  • Behaviour therapy model in mental health planning for Africa
  • J.O Akinboye
  • (3 p.).
  • The role of prophetic and healing sects in the management of mental illness
  • C. Onyeka Nwanunobi
  • (5 p.).
  • Healing methods of a prayer house in Enugu, Nigeria
  • Peter O Ebigbo
  • (4 p.)
  • Psychiatry, socio-economic development and the state
  • Neuma Aguiar
  • (5 p.).
  • Internal migration and mental illness : the case of Maiduguri, Nigeria
  • Delroy M Louden
Dimensions
22 cm.
Extent
xv, 266 pages
Isbn
9789781211324
Isbn Type
(pbk.)
Lccn
84254673
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
System control number
  • (OCoLC)09752812
  • (OCoLC)ocm09752812

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