9 edition of Hallucinogens, cross-cultural perspectives found in the catalog.
|Statement||Marlene Dobkin de Rios.|
|LC Classifications||GN472.4 .D625 1984|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 255 p. :|
|Number of Pages||255|
|LC Control Number||84007244|
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This book surveys the use of mind-altering plants in eleven societies in the Americas, Asia, Australia, and New Guinea, ranging from hunter-gatherers to complex ancient civilizations such as the Inca, the Moche, and the Maya/5.
This is an interesting look at the use of hallucinogens in traditional societies, showing similar themes between a number of cultures widely separated by distance and time. This book is an early book on this topic, and it does provoke a lot of thought and raises further questions to be explored/5(2).
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Search. Search for Library Items Search for Lists Search for Book: All Authors / Contributors: Marlene Dobkin de Rios. Find more information about: ISBN: OCLC Number: This book surveys the uses of mind-altering plants in eleven societies in the Americas, Asia, Africa, Australia and New Guinea, ranging from the hunter-gatherers to.
A look inside almost half a century of pioneering research in the Amazon and Peru by a noted anthropologist studying hallucinogens, including ayahuasca • Reveals how ayahuasca successfully treats psychological and emotional disorders • Examines adolescent drug use from a cross-cultural perspectiveReviews: 4.
Values and Beliefs of Psychedelic Drug Users: A Cross-Cultural Study. Journal of Psychoactive Drugs, 38(2), doi: / Marlene Dobkin de Rios, Ph.D., is a medical anthropologist who has conducted fieldwork in the Amazon on the plant hallucinogen ayahuasca.
She has written several books, including Visionary Vine and Hallucinogens: Cross Cultural Perspective. She lives in southern California.3/5(2). Reviewed in the United States on Ma This is an interesting look at the use of hallucinogens in traditional societies, showing similar themes between a number of cultures widely separated by distance and time.
This book is an early book on this topic, and it does provoke a lot of thought and raises further questions to be explored/5. In her book Hallucinogens: Cross Cultural Perspectives, 11 traditional societies are examined, some of them long-gone and some still active.
The ethnographies start with the Australian Aborigenes and their use of pituri (Duboisia Hopwoodii), a plant adapted to their desert nomadic life.
Click on the article title to read more. MARLENE DOBKIN DE RIOS, PH.D., is a medical anthropologist who has conducted fieldwork in the Amazon on the plant hallucinogen ayahuasca. She has written several books, including Visionary Vine and Hallucinogens: Cross Cultural Perspective.
She lives in southern California. Hallucinogens Hallucinogenic drugs and religious experience--Cross-cultural studies Form and Genre Types Clippings (information artifacts) Correspondence Fliers (printed matter) Manuscripts for publication Programs (documents) Occupations Medical Anthropology Anthropology Psychotherapy.
such plant hallucinogens as ayahuasca (various Banisteriopsis sps.), as well as other hallucinogens (De Rios and KatzKatz and De Rios l97l). In Hallucinogens: Cross-cultural Perspectives (l), a table was compiled of the then described music that accompanied psychedelic rituals world-wide.
They included, among others, tropical rain. In this book we have brought the “background” into the “foreground” by elaborating the many cultural and historical factors that influence drug use, and how such factors may be related to different patterns of use among different cultural groups over time.
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Considered in these pages are cross-cultural differences in the idea of the person and in models of balancing obligations to the self, family, and community.
ø Revisiting and questioning the concepts of self and self-worth, the authors investigate the extent to which 5/5(1). "Hallucinogens, cross-cultural perspectives." University of New Mexico Press.
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Marlene Dobkin de Rios is a medical anthropologist who has conducted fieldwork in the Amazon on the plant hallucinogen ayahuasca. She has written several books, including Visionary Vine and Hallucinogens: Cross Cultural Perspective.
She lives in southern California. Hallucinogens, cross-cultural perspectives. Hallucinogens, cross-cultural perspectives.
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Examining her subjects from cross-cultural perspectives, she wrote numerous books and articles about the use of hallucinogens, shamanic techniques of healing, and. Further, in a worldwide cross-national (52 countries) study, 59 highly varying prevalence rates for hallucinations among persons with psychosis across countries (% in Vietnam to % in Nepal) were reported and no further analyses were carried out in order to underline any potential cross-cultural patterns.
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Albuquerque: University of New Mexico Press. (reprintedPrism Press). Basic Books. Google Scholar. This volume presents various perspectives on altered states of consciousness and mental health and places them within the boundaries of cross-cultural psychology.
Part One considers theoretical and methodological issues in the study of altered states of consciousness; Parts Two and Three link Price: $COVID Resources.
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(Abstract from: Psychointegrators: Multidisciplinary Perspectives on the Therapeutic Effects of Hallucinogens, Michael Winkelman. Arizona State University Tempe, AZ) Just how legitimate are visions and raptures occasioned by entheogens?
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