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Social Cultural Anthropology, Medical and Psychiatric Anthropology, Critical Gerontology, Lesbian and Gay Studies and Feminist and Queer Theory. The book has won the 1998 Victor Turner Prize, the 1989 AES First Book Prize, and Honorable Mention for the 1999 Wellcome Medal. For a brief treatment of applied anthropology and old age, see my 1994 article:"Old age: Cultural and.
In Self Consciousness, Cohen examines this treatment of the self, arguing that this practice has resulted in the misunderstanding of social aggregates precisely because the individual has been ignored as a constituent element. By acknowledging the individual's self awareness as author of their own social conduct and of the social forms in which they participate, this informs social and cultural processes rather than the individual being passively modelled by them. Most Indians do not reveal themselves because it does not occur to them that they have unique selves to reveal.