This book by Silvia Iorio takes the reader on interesting journey, towards those crossroads between anthropology and psychiatry. She deals with specific phenomena regarding the mental health of a population living within low‐income and assisted housing in the city of Rome, Italy. As we turn the pages of her work we begin to understand the psychiatrist’s in‐ terpretations and goals, which would be hard to ignore for a true anthro‐ pologist. There is a constant and continuous debate on numerous aspects, from various viewpoints that are constantly changing – a fundamental rule for this type of work.

Health equity? Social exclusion and psychological suffering within a housing assistance program in Rome, Italy / Iorio, Silvia. - STAMPA. - (2016).

Health equity? Social exclusion and psychological suffering within a housing assistance program in Rome, Italy

Iorio Silvia
2016

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This book by Silvia Iorio takes the reader on interesting journey, towards those crossroads between anthropology and psychiatry. She deals with specific phenomena regarding the mental health of a population living within low‐income and assisted housing in the city of Rome, Italy. As we turn the pages of her work we begin to understand the psychiatrist’s in‐ terpretations and goals, which would be hard to ignore for a true anthro‐ pologist. There is a constant and continuous debate on numerous aspects, from various viewpoints that are constantly changing – a fundamental rule for this type of work.
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