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Includes bibliographical references (p. 293-326) and index.
Addiction trajectories: tracing new paths in the anthropology of addiction / Eugene Raikhel and William Garriott -- The elegiac addict / Angela Garcia -- Balancing acts: gambling-machine addiction and the double bind of therapeutics / Natasha Dow Schull -- A few ways to become unreasonable: pharmacotherapy inside and outside the clinic / Todd Meyers -- Pharmaceutical evangelism and spiritual capital: an american tale of two communities of addicted selves / Helena Hansen -- Elusive travelers: Russian narcology, transnational toxicomanias and the great French ecological experiment / Anne M. Lovell -- Motivating denial: the shifting semiotics of American addiction counseling / E. Summerson Carr -- Placebos or prostheses for the will: trajectories of alcoholism treatment in Russia / Eugene Raikhel -- "You can always tell who's using meth:" methamphetamine addiction and the semiotics of criminal difference / William Garriott -- "Why can't they stop?" a highly public misunderstanding of science / Nancy Campbell -- Committed to will: what's at stake for anthropology in addiction / A. Jamie Saris -- Afterword following "addiction trajectories" / Emily Martin.
|Addiction trajectories / ©2013
Duke University Press, (Durham and London :) 338 p. ; 25 cm.