An anthropological investigation of mental health in Haiti: Language, measurement, and the socio-spiritual world

This dissertation examines issues of language, measurement, meaning, vulnerability, and resilience as they relate to the study of mental distress. I draw on interpretive and political economy theoretical orientations to argue that investigations of mental distress must combine attention to systems of meaning-making and structural violence.

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