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It is important to realise that in every culture there is a variety of healers from whom a lay person can choose. Elliott-Binns (1973) estimated that advice from outside the Western medical service was taken from two to three sources before attending the British general practitioner. The proportion (about 75%) who use self-treatment before consulting is the same as that found in Mexican Indians (Young 1980) and other cultures (Kohn and White 1976), but the reasons for consulting a doctor may differ substantially.
In contrast, a similar study among American college students showed that they felt rather responsible for their health and resistance. A battle between the host defences and the "disease" was perceived by American students who seemed to fight for their health conceptually, whereas their British equivalents took it for granted. How much such differences are the product of cultural attitudes and how much they depend on education or social status is difficult to say, but wide variations do occur in the same cultural and social-class groups (Pill and Stott 1982) and the success of advertising certainly shows that people are prepared to be flexible in some choices they make.
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