culture-bound

culture-bound

pertaining to a health condition that is specific to a particular culture, such as a belief in the effects of certain kinds of prayer or the "evil eye."
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It is universally recognised that development, peace and tranquility are culture-bound.
It is universally recognized that development, peace and tranquillity are culture-bound.
Menstrual chocolate cravings may be a culture-bound construct," said study lead author Julia Hormes.
Another consideration is the culture-bound syndrome amok.
1] Bulimia could therefore be a culture-bound syndrome (CBS), or according to Ritenbaugh (1982) - "a constellation of symptoms which has been categorized as a dysfunction or disease.
However, Santangelo notes that emotions are also to some extent culture-bound, with different meanings and symbolisms depending on the context.
Translating extra-linguistic culture-bound concepts in Mofolo: a daunting challenge to literary translators
Jesus' call to universal love remains credible although, culture-bound, he endorsed slavery in many parables.
It often replaces the individual's culture-bound background with the camp perspective, and we hear things like, "That's the camp way
It also included the issue of the so-called culture-bound syndromes, sets of psychiatric symptoms and dysfunctional behaviors that are expressed in a particular way in a particular culture and that may or may not be related to other mental disorders already described in other countries/cultures (9).
Emotional experiences that affect mental health and illness manifest in distinctive forms across cultural contexts as culture-bound syndromes (Chiao, 2015), which refer to patterns of maladaptive behavior that occur within a local context and are distinct from non-culture-bound syndromes (Lee et al.
First, in poststructural and postmodern anthropological and ethnographic analysis there has been a critical awareness of culture-bound limitations of social science paradigms based on the privileging of the visual in knowledge construction, meaning interpretation, and social practice.

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