Pathologies of Power

  title={Pathologies of Power},
  author={Paul Farmer},
“Hands up!”: Police stop-and-frisk, racism and structural violence among black youth from three capitals in the Brazilian Northeast
1 This article presents a portion of the results of the integrated research project Juventude negra no Nordeste do Brasil: violência, racismo institucional e proteção social, funded by the Conselho
Medical doctors and community engagement in the aftermath of a disaster
  • R. Indah
  • Medicine, Sociology
    E3S Web of Conferences
  • 2022
This paper aims to examine medical doctors’ experiences in engaging their community during the rehabilitation period after a big disaster in Aceh and calls for the enactment of community engagement in healthcare practices and education.
Pandemics, past and present: The role of biological anthropology in interdisciplinary pandemic studies
The distinctive social and epidemiological features of pandemics are discussed, as well as the ways in which biological anthropologists have previously studied infectious diseases, epidemics, and Pandemics, to discuss the current state of pandemic research.
Time and symbols in the contentious city
This paper looks at mythic (or systemic) violence, and at signs and symbols embedded in the city, and then refers to the defacement and toppling of monuments and concludes with an analysis of such recent actions as contentions around social time, struggles over memory and temporality.
Glocalization of bioethics
ABSTRACT There appears to be a conflict between global bioethical principles and the local understanding and application of these principles, but this conflict has misleadingly been characterized
Policy Implications of Structural Violence and Syndemic Dynamics: A Lens for Addressing Latinx Immigrant Diabetes Health Disparities
Using theoretical frameworks of structural violence and syndemics to understand Latinx health disparities with a focus on type 2 diabetes is proposed, suggesting that combining these frameworks is a valuable approach for revealing complex root-cause dynamics and explaining the nuances of how and why health disparities exist.
Child Sex Trafficking in Higher Education
ABSTRACT Using a pragmatic exploratory sequential mixed methods design in data collection and analysis (QUAL quan), this study analyzes 223 child sex trafficking investigations, arrests, and/or
Lives of Violence and Vengeance: Life Stories of Older Oaxacan Adults
Abstract This qualitative research identifies and analyzes emotions linked to affective experiences and cultural aspects of experiences of violence in 219 older adults of eight Indigenous groups in
Promotores de Salud in Montana: An Analysis of a Rural Health Care Intervention Rooted in Catholic Social Teaching and its Place in Medical Curricula
It is proposed that community organizing and advocacy should be taught in medical school curricula across the country in order to promote physician involvement in solving public health disparities.