Mental illness and social processes. Thomas J. Scheff, editor.


New York, Harper and Row [1967] .

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Subjects Geistige Behinderung.
Maladies mentales.
Mental Disorders.
Mental illness.
Psiquiatría social.
Psychiatrie sociale.
Psychische stoornissen.
Psychosociale aspecten.
Social Conditions.
Social psychiatry.
Sociale aspecten.
Sozialer Prozess.
Series Readers in social problems.
Description vi, 330 pages 21 cm.
Copyright Date [1967]
Notes Bibliographical references included in "Notes" (pages 305-327).
Contents Social factors influencing the development and containment of psychiatric symptoms / Jules V. Coleman -- The dynamics of the psychotherapeutic relationship / Jerome D. Frank -- The obligation to remain sick / Ben Bursten and Rose D'Esopo -- Institutionalism in mental hospitals / J.K. Wing -- The myth of mental illness / Thomas S. Szasz -- Personality disorder is disease / David P. Ausubel -- Normal deviants / Erving Goffman -- Paranoia and the dynamics of exclusion / Edwin M. Lemert -- Notes on the sociology of deviance / Kai T. Erikson.
Some factors in identifying and defining mental illness / David Mechanic -- The psychological meaning of mental illness in the family / Marian Radke Yarrow [and others] -- What the mass media present / Jum C. Nunnally -- Rejection: a possible consequence of seeking help for mental disorders / Derek L. Phillips -- Look at me / Peter Grey -- The mental health of the Hutterities / Joseph W. Eaton and Robert J. Weil -- The illusion of due process in commitment proceedings / Luis Kutner -- Social conditions for rationality: how urban and rural courts deal with the mentally ill / Thomas J. Scheff -- Psychiatric and social attributes as predictors of case outcome in mental hospitalization / Simon Dinitz, Mark Lefton, Shirley Angrist, and Benjamin Pasamanick -- The Abbotts / R.D. Laing and A. Esterson -- A review of Sanity, madness, and the family / John K. Wing.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)420390
(OCoLC)ocm00420390
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