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Were Ni! He is a madman!

Author: Francis Speed; University of Ibadan.
Publisher: [Ibadan] : University of Ibadan, 1962.
Edition/Format:   Film : Film   Visual material : English
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Among the Yorubas, psychiatric disorder is widespread and a set of institutions has been developed to deal with it. There are two basic types of institutions: 1) treatment centers managed by herbalists and diviners with knowledge of traditional psychiatric therapy; and 2) cult groups, such as the Gelede masquerade cult for men and the Egun possession cult for women, which provide a setting for the expression of  Read more...
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Material Type: Film
Document Type: Visual material
All Authors / Contributors: Francis Speed; University of Ibadan.
OCLC Number: 6129176
Description: 1 reel, 30 min. : sd., col. ; 16 mm.
Responsibility: Francis Speed.

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Among the Yorubas, psychiatric disorder is widespread and a set of institutions has been developed to deal with it. There are two basic types of institutions: 1) treatment centers managed by herbalists and diviners with knowledge of traditional psychiatric therapy; and 2) cult groups, such as the Gelede masquerade cult for men and the Egun possession cult for women, which provide a setting for the expression of otherwise socially unacceptable behavior. The film shows aspects of both types of institutions.

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