By Paul E. Torgensen
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The social perspective on health care has powerful political implications. It draws attention to those social practices and cultural attitudes that lead to poverty and social inequality, dangerous working and living conditions, poor environmental practices, and the marketing of unhealthy products, attitudes, and pastimes. It often draws attention to poor government, corruption, proﬁteering, Why Anthropology? 13 and discrimination against minorities, women, and the poor. As such, it disturbs powerful interests that proﬁt from these features of society.
It teaches us how to look at communities as products of a process of historical change. It gives us tools for examining our own assumptions about interactions, and how those assumptions affect outcomes. In order to understand how anthropology does these things, it is ﬁrst important to realize that the idea of what constitutes knowledge in anthropology differs from the ideas used by the disease model and its related sciences. Most health professionals were taught to think of knowledge according to ideas on which the disease model is based, and therefore we must learn how to recognize those ideas and put them aside, in order to use anthropology effectively.
In English, for example, we can say we “know that person,” meaning we have seen him or know some facts about him. The same can be said about knowledge of any speciﬁc thing, like a place or an event, or a work of art, literature, or music. We can speak of this kind of knowledge as experience. It is made up mostly of memories stored in our brains, memories that we refresh and modify in our conversations with people. A second way we say we know something is by listening to people explain things, and forming an opinion of who has understood them correctly.
A concept of organization by Paul E. Torgensen