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Anatomija bolečine - kaj pravi medicinska antropologija
Šimenc, Jana (Author)

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Abstract
Bolezni in bolečine so vsakodnevni spremljevalci naših življenj, ki zaradi skrivnostnosti pojavljanja in manifestiranja izzivajo številne znanosti, saj le ena (npr. biomedicina) dostikrat ne ponudi jasnih in natančnih odgovorov, ki jih ljudje pričakujemo. To so spolzka tla ne vedno jasnih/ali pojasnjenih vzrokov, ki stalno izzivajo razmisleke o nezadostnih zastavljenih kriterijih in vzpostavljenih dualizmih. Slednji človeka postavljajo v preozke okvire, ki jih hitro preraste že ena sama nepojasnjena bolečina. Članek je bolj tehnične narave in obravnava medicinskoantropološki pogled na razmerja med dušo in telesom, med patološkim in normalnim. Nadalje obravnava raziskovalne in metodološke perspektive te antropološke discipline ter njen prispevek pri obravnavanju bolečine.

Language:Slovenian
Keywords:etnologija, medicinska antropologija, bolezen, telo, bolečina
Work type:Not categorized (r6)
Tipology:1.01 - Original Scientific Article
Organization:FF - Faculty of Arts
Year:2008
Publisher:Slovene Ethnographic Museum
Number of pages:str. 145-166
Numbering:Letn. 18=69
UDC:61
ISSN on article:0354-0316
COBISS.SI-ID:1143174 Link is opened in a new window
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Title:Etnolog
Shortened title:Etnolog, N. vrsta
Publisher:Slovenski etnografski muzej
ISSN:0354-0316
COBISS.SI-ID:30616065 This link opens in a new window

Secondary language

Language:English
Abstract:
Diseases and pain are the daily companions of our lives and because of the mystery of their appearance and manifestation they are a challenge to many sciences; a single science (e.g. biomedicine) indeed often fails to provide the clear and exact answers people expect. The slippery ground of disease and pain are the causes, which are not always clear or explained, and constantly provoke reflections about inadequately set criteria and established dualisms. The latter confine man in too narrow limits that are often transgressed by a single unexplained pain. The article is quite technical in nature and deals with the views of medical anthropology on the relationship between the soul and the body, the pathological and the normal. It further addresses the research and methodology prospects of this anthropological discipline and its contribution to the study of pain.


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