Prise en charge de la maladie en milieu traditionnel, le cas des Gbaya de Centrafrique (étude ethnolinguistique)

Abstract : The Gbaya consider illness as an organic and functional disorder they have to describe so that it can be identified and given a name. Each illness has its remedies every one knows and uses when he needs. It is a family medecine which constitutes a knowledge every one shares. The role played by ancestors or witchcraft can be added to ant need then a ritual answer which does not call a specialist.
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Paulette Roulon-Doko. Prise en charge de la maladie en milieu traditionnel, le cas des Gbaya de Centrafrique (étude ethnolinguistique). Rothmaler Eva, Rémi Tchokothe et Henry Tourneux. Man and Health in the Lake Tchad Basin / L'homme et la santé dans le bassin du lac Tchad, Proccedings of the 14th MEGA-TCHAD Conference Bayreuth 15-17 April 2010, Rüdiger Köppe, pp.168-186, 2012, Topics in Interdisciplinary African Studies, 978-3-89645-897-1. ⟨halshs-00720200v2⟩

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