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Record #137657:

К вопросу о роли этнических условий в нарушении психической адаптации и воспроизводства населения

Title: К вопросу о роли этнических условий в нарушении психической адаптации и воспроизводства населения
Title, transliterated: K voprosu o roli ėtnicheskikh usloviĭ v narushenii psikhicheskoĭ adaptat︠s︡ii i vosproizvodstva naselenii︠a︡ / A.V. Sukharev.
Translated title: On the question of the role of ethnic conditions in disrupting the psychological adaptation and reproduction of a population.
Author(s): Sukharev, A. V.
Date: 1995.
Publisher: Moskva: Institut Ėtnologii i Antropologii RAN
Language: Russian.
In: Ėtnodemograficheskie osobennosti vosproizvodstva narodov Severa Rossii. (1995.),
Abstract: Article presents results of field work in Nizhnekolymskiy Rayon of Republic of Sakha. Examines polyethnicity of population (region has 5 ethnic groups). Considers methodology for establishing socio-psychological impacts and their relation to ethnic factors in aetiology of psychiatric and somatic diseases.
Notes:

In: Ėtnodemograficheskie osobennosti vosproizvodstva narodov Severa Rossii / G.M. Afanasʹeva, ed.

Keywords: 323.1 -- National and ethnic minorities.
316 -- Sociology.
616 -- Disease and pathology.
616.89 -- Psychiatry.
I -- Medicine and health.
(*501) -- Russia (Federation).
(*531.3) -- Yakutiya. Respublika Sakha.
SPRI record no.: 137657

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