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K Y Pang
Therapeutic relationships between Korean immigrants and their hanui, traditional Korean professional physicians, and the role adaptation of these physicians in the United States are discussed. The professional practices of four hanui who work in the Washington, D.C., area are examined through case studies. Research methods included semi-structured interviews, participant observation, key informant interviews, and examination of documentary materials. In hanbang, the traditional Korean medical care system, illness is related to a disturbed state of ki, the cosmological vital energy...
1989: Social Science & Medicine
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