J Scott Dodds; Dennis M Warren; Thomas Wallace; David D Ohl; Scott Dodds Productions.
|注意：||Originally produced in 1993; copyright held by J. Scott Dodds.|
|餘額：||Technical consultants, D. Michael Warren, Robert Bannerman, Kofi Asare Opoku ; narrators, Harold L. Cannon, Edward Quarshie.|
|演員名單:||Narrators, Harold L. Cannon, Edward Quarshie.|
|描述：||1 videocassette (58 min.) : sound, color ; 1/2 in.|
|責任：||writer/cameraman, J. Scott Dodds ; coproducer/sound, Thomas Wallace ; coproducer/editor, David D. Ohl.|
Explores the traditional medical practices of the Bono people of central Ghana and how their healers are accommodating the conflict between the arrival of Western medicine and their religious beliefs. Traditionally, Bono tribal priests undergo a painful spiritual possession, during which deities reveal to them the causes of illnesses, which plants to use to treat them, who is perpetrating witchcraft, and which villagers might be endangering society through improper behavior.
- Healers -- Ghana.
- Akan (African people) -- Medicine.
- Akan (African people) -- Religion.
- Ghana -- Techiman -- Religious life and customs.
- Medical anthropology.
- African Film Collection at Indiana University-Bloomington(431 資料)
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