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Lecture 11

Lecture 11

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Department
Anthropology
Course
ANTC61H3
Professor
M U R R Y
Semester
Winter

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Lecture 11ANTC61H3The first hour we watched a documentary called Big Bucks Big pharmaI found it is link online so you can actually watch it onlinethe linkhttpvideogooglecomvideoplaydocid739609197405993027The second hour of the classMental HealthDesjarlaisEinsberg Through urban poverty is growing the majority of the worlds poor live in rural areas Most vulnerable are smallholder farmersLandlessNomadic pastoralistsPopulation defined as ethnic minorities Small scale fishermenDisplaces and refugee populationHouseholds headed by womanMental HealthPoorer people are more vulnerable to Exploitation DiseaseNatural calamitiesViolence including warfareFamineAll of these can contribute to psychological problemsRich can afford medical help less likely to be exploitedEthnographic examples SchepesHughesshe did work on north western BrazilNervosMedical categoryPhysical and psychological distressproblem experiences through chronic hungerEconomic prosperity does not benefit everybody global economic policy will benefit those that have high economic statusMental HealthGreatest inequalities often found within nation stateMental health linked with substance abuse
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