Jack Friedman

Jack Friedman

Dr. Jack Friedman, research scientist at the Center for Applied Social Research, University of Oklahoma, is an anthropologist with considerable experience in primary health care and mental health systems.

Dr. Friedman has considerable experience in recovery research in partnership with mental health recipients, social workers, and administrators. Offering insight into how consumers experience recovery practice in action, and systems adopt innovations in recovery practice, Dr. Friedman will address how recovery can frame a powerful educational experience for students and their instructors. 

Most relevant publications

An Ethnographic Study of Oklahoma's Lower Cimarron River Watershed.(2017)

The Kiamichi Watershed: An Ethnographic Study of the Kiamichi Watershed of Southeastern Oklahoma. (2017)

Ethnographic Research in the North Canadian Watershed. (2017)