1. Jeffrey L. Lewis & Karen Ann Watson-Gegeo (2004). Fictions of Childhood: Toward a Sociohistorical Approach to Human Development. Ethos 32 (1):3-33.
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  2. Karen Ann Watson-Gegeo (2001). Fantasy and Reality: The Dialectic of Work and Play in Kwara'ae Children's Lives. Ethos 29 (2):138-158.
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    Karen Ann Watson-Gegeo & David Welchman Gegeo (2011). Divergent Discourses: The Epistemology of Healing in an American Medical Clinic and a Kwara'ae Village. Anthropology of Consciousness 22 (2):209-233.
    Using the theoretical constructs “biographical disruption” and “limit experience” and also methodological frameworks from autoethnography and discourse analysis, we discuss the divergent ways in which language and healing are conceptualized and performed, first in an American medical clinic and then by traditional healers in Kwara‘ae (Solomon Islands). Discourses at the Dallas clinic draw on allopathic and complementary medicine and in emphasizing a scientific approach to talk about illness and treatment, were found to create ambiguity in patients’ sense of their physical (...)
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