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Great book. While I was reading it for a class I am so lucky to have been exposed to Fadiman's (the author) story. Well written and I feel a little more culturally competent.Published 1 day ago by Christopher Scott Adcock
A little long and it does drag on a bit in places, but in general, the way Fadiman so respectfully illustrates the problems that occur sometimes (often! Read morePublished 6 days ago by radicalteacher
Great read for understanding cultural differences and conflicts. Read this for a nursing course, and thoroughly enjoyed it!Published 7 days ago by PJ
Great book! My book club read this but I would have read it anyways. Very eye opening. Even if one feels they are open minded and compassionate to cultures that differ from their... Read morePublished 8 days ago by James E. Anderson
Read this book (for a book club) and did not want it to end. I think I need to re-read it because I know i missed some nuances.Published 15 days ago by Rita
The book is reallllllly outdated, medically and socially. I understand the struggle it's meant to portray and how important diversity and understanding other cultures is... Read morePublished 15 days ago by rudi whitmore
A great insight into Hmong culture and how to approach patients from this culture with compassion and while respecting their beliefs/practices at home for healing and addressing... Read morePublished 20 days ago by Julie Kaminski