Since a few decades the question of "What keeps people healthy? is discussed vividly. This text collection book contains new theoretical and empirical discourses on salutogenesis and sense of coherence from interdisciplinary perspectives, responding to this central question. Researchers from various cultures have contributed to this book, discussing relevant contemporary questions on mental health and well-being.
This text collection book can serve as a handbook for salutogenetic research and practice. It provides an introduction into the topic as well as specific deep insights into selected research areas.
This book is a must for lecturers, researchers and students of health sciences, psychology, medical sciences and medical sociology.
Claude-Hélène Mayer and Christina Krause
Sense of Coherence and the Ability to manage Conflicts in Organisations
Promoting Mental Health in Young Children: a Salutogenetic Approach
Christina Krause and Marina Fidelman
Promoting Hope, Sense of Coherence and Self-Efficacy in College: The Salutogenic Paradigm
David B. Feldman, Oranit B. Davidson and Malka Margalit
The Re-Activation of Self-Healing Powers from a Neurobiological Perspective
Gerald Hüther and Ingrid Flaig
Sense of Coherence, Emotional Stress and Coping Strategies of Hard of Hearing People
Manfred Hintermair and Kathrin Wälder
Shamanism as Applied Salutogenesis?
The Argument on Pills - a Medical Sociological Examination of the Usage and Effectiveness of Drugs
A Salutogenic Perspective on Mental Health across the Life Time. Cultural Aspects on the Sense of Coherence
Monica Eriksson, Shifra Sagy and Bengt Lindström
The Basics of Systemic Coherence Regulation. A Discourse on a Dynamic and Systemic Approach to Salutogenesis
Theodor Dierk Petzold
2012, 184 pages, ISBN 978-3-89967-810-9, price: 20,- Euro