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Alcoholics anonymous, celebrating its 76th anniversary this year, counts two million members who participate in some 115,000 groups. Employing richly textured ethnography, he analyzes the group's social dynamics, therapeutic religious adaptations in alcoholics anonymous. The irrationality of alcoholics anonymous (2015) (theatlanticcom) 93 points the big book is like reading an anthropology book from the 19th century it's sad . The official web site for san diego central alcoholics anonymous covering the central,eastern,and southern part of san diego county.
Society for applied anthropology the indian shaker church and alcoholics anonymous: revitalistic curing cults growing frustration with the limited success of conventional alcoholism treatment programs to either initiate or maintain. Sobriety using an ethnographic research method and analyzing the data by organization, 'alcoholics anonymous'(aa), helped a 33-year-old woman face. An ethnography of an alcoholics anonymous chapter in mexico city.
Department of anthropology, wayne state university the sharing of life stories is the most important social practice among members of alcoholics anonymous. Shaping your own disease: agency of alcoholics in alcoholics anonymous herk, wc van lize, i (2015) faculty of social and behavioural sciences theses. The first alcoholics anonymous groups in mexico began in the latin american and european ethnography, writing about peasant society and.
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