Medicine is the Law: Studies in Psychiatric Anthropology of Australian Tribal Societies
Transcultural psychiatry, child development among the Walbiri at Yuendumu; Aboriginal doctor, medicine and law among Walbiri, and Kulari, Kuini and Walambi at Kalumburu; concepts of disease; sorcery; malgri among the Lardil and Kaiadilt of Mornington Island; subincision.
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Aborigines adaptation animals anthropologists appear associated Australian became become behavior blood body burra bush called camp cause chapter clinical concepts concerned culture described developed disease disorder disturbed doctor Dreaming effect example experience father given Gulf of Carpentaria hospital human important individual institutions interest Island kangaroo land less live magic male malgri medicine mental mission mother native doctor natural objects observed original patient personality population possible practice present primitive psychiatric question reason refer region relationship represent responses seems serpent settlement sick situation social society sorcery South spirit station subincision suggests Territory theory thought tion traditional tree University usually Walbiri Western wife woman women Yuendumu