In the Journals

In the Journals, October 2021, Part 2

Social Studies of Science

Cultivated co-production: Sexual health, human rights, and the revision of the ICD
Steven Epstein

STS scholars frequently have shown how science and sociopolitical arrangements are ‘co-produced’, typically tracing how scientific actors themselves keep ‘science’ and ‘politics’ far apart. Revealing co-production is therefore deemed the work of the STS analyst, who unearths linkages that the actors might …

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African Cultural Psychiatry: Special issue of Transcultural Psychiatry

Sociocultural contexts of mental illness experience among Africans (open access)
Akin Ojagbemi, Oye Gureje

Even though mental disorders can be found in every culture globally, the lived experience, expression of associated distress, and interpretation as evidence of deviance from acceptable norms are influenced by social and cultural context (Kirmayer, 2001). Hence, the context of mental illness experience should be a key …

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Special Issues: Science as Culture; Science, Technology, & Human Values (In the Journals, Sept 2021, Part 2)

Science as Culture (Special Issue: Island Imaginaries)

Island Imaginaries: Introduction to a Special Section (free access)
Mascha Gugganig, Nina Klimburg-Witjes

Colonial empires, scientists, philanthropists and Hollywood studios have long sustained an image of islands as remote places with unique ecologies and cultures, experimental labs, or loci of escapism. The climate crisis and the Covid-19 pandemic have contributed to a predominant

In the Journals

In the Journals, September 2021, Part 2

Medical Anthropology Quarterly

Becoming Institutionalized: Incarceration as a Chronic Health Condition
Johanna T. Crane, Kelsey Pascoe

This article examines incarceration as a chronic condition with social, biological, and psychological elements. We do so through the lens of “institutionalization,” a concept that emerged during interviews conducted with 26 people incarcerated in Washington state prisons as a chronic and often disabling state

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Other Psychotherapies: Special issue of Transcultural Psychiatry

This special issue of Transcultural Psychiatry explores the under-examined roots of Western psychotherapy, complicating the idea that it is, in the words of the issue organizers, “exclusively…a modern phenomenon.”

“Other psychotherapies”: Healing interactions across time, geography, and culture (open access)
Ross G. White, Cheryl McGeachan, Gavin Miller, Sophia Xenophontos

This article introduces the special issue of Transcultural Psychiatry entitled “Other Psychotherapies”:

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