Normal and Abnormal Behavior in Chinese Culture

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ISBN: 978-90-481-8359-3 (Print) 978-94-017-4986-2 (Online)

Table of contents (21 chapters)

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  1. Front Matter

    Pages i-xxiii

  2. Historical and Cultural Background of Beliefs and Norms Governing Behavior

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      Pages 1-5

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      Pages 7-27

      Selfhood and Authority in Neo-Confucian Political Culture

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      Pages 29-47

      Suicide and the Family in Pre-modern Chinese Society

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      Pages 49-59

      Normal and Deviant Drinking in Rural Taiwan

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      Pages 61-74

      In the Presence of Authority: Hierarchical Roles in Chinese Spirit Medium Cults

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      Pages 75-94

      Insanity in Imperial China: A Legal Case Study

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      Pages 95-111

      Traditional Chinese Medical Beliefs and Their Relevance for Mental Illness and Psychiatry

  3. Child Development and Childhood Psychopathology

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      Pages 113-116

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      Pages 117-136

      Conformity and Deviance Regarding Moral Rules in Chinese Society: A Socialization Perspective

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      Pages 137-155

      Childhood Psychopathology: A Dialogue with Special Reference to Chinese and American Cultures

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      Pages 157-165

      Sex Difference in School Adjustment in Taiwan

  4. Family Studies

    1. Front Matter

      Pages 167-170

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      Pages 171-201

      Deviant Marriage Patterns in Chinese Society

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      Pages 203-212

      Family and Community in the People’s Republic

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      Pages 213-229

      The Effect of Family Pathology on Taipei’s Juvenile Delinquents

  5. Psychiatric Studies: Epidemiological and Clinical

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      Pages 231-235

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      Pages 237-272

      Overview of Mental Disorders in Chinese Cultures: Review of Epidemiological and Clinical Studies

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      Pages 273-289

      Sex Roles, Social Status, and Psychiatric Symptoms in Urban Hong Kong

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      Pages 291-310

      Mental Health Status of Chinese in the United States

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      Pages 311-330

      The American Experience of the Chinese Student: On Being Normal in an Abnormal World

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      Pages 331-356

      Mental Illness and Psychosocial Aspects of Medical Problems in China

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      Pages 357-369

      Shen-K’uei Syndrome: A Culture-Specific Sexual Neurosis in Taiwan

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      Pages 371-386

      Culture-Bound Syndromes among Overseas Chinese

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      Pages 387-401

      Love, Denial and Rejection: Responses of Chinese Families to Mental Illness

  6. Back Matter

    Pages 411-436

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