CAMP PAIN. Talking with Chronic Pain Patients (Broché)

Jean-E Jackson

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Pain is the most frequent cause of disability in America. And pain specialists estimate that as many as thirty to sixty million Americans suffer from chronic pain. Chronic pain is a complex phenomenon-often extremely difficult to treat, and surprisingly difficult to define. Just as medical literature In general neglects the experience of illness, so the clinical literature on pain neglects the experience of pain. "Camp Pain" takes an approach different from most studies of chronic pain, which are typically written from a medical or social science perspective. Based on a years fieldwork in a pain treatment center, this book focuses on patients' perspectives-their experiences of pain, what these experiences mean to them, and how this meaning is socially constructed. Jackson explores the psychological burden imposed on many sufferers when they are judged not to have "real" pain, and by harsh moral judgments that sufferers are weak, malingering, or responsible in sortie way for their pain. Jackson also looks at the ways in which severe pain erodes and destroys personal identity, studying in particular the role of language. While keeping her focus on patients' experiences, Jackson explores Western concepts of disease, health, mind, and body; assumptions about cause and effect; and notions of shame, guilt, and stigma. "Camp Paid' does not attempt to resolve the uncertainties and misperceptions associated with pain but rather aims at enhancing our understanding of the wider implications of chronic pain by focusing on the sufferers themselves.
    • A Baffling Phenomenon
    • Summer Camp? Boot Camp? An Introduction to CPC
    • The Painful Journey
    • "Getting with the Program"
    • Building and Resisting Community
    • "Winners": CPC Converts
    • Me/Not-Me: Self, Language, and Pain
    • Conclusions: The Puzzles of Pain.
  • Date de parution : 31/01/2000
  • Editeur : Penn
  • ISBN : 0-8122-1715-2
  • EAN : 9780812217155
  • Présentation : Broché
  • Nb. de pages : 281 pages
  • Poids : 0.48 Kg
  • Dimensions : 15,3 cm × 22,9 cm × 1,9 cm

Biographie de Jean-E Jackson

Jean E. Jackson is Professor of Anthropology at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. She is the author of The Fish People: Linguistic Exogamy and Tukanoan Identity in Northwest Amazonia.
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