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Social class and paths to psychiatric hospitalization

Stephan P. Spitzer

Social class and paths to psychiatric hospitalization

by Stephan P. Spitzer

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Published by Iowa Mental Health Authority in [Iowa City] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Social psychiatry.

  • Edition Notes

    Bibliography: p. [230]-242.

    Statement[by] Stephan P. Spitzer and Herbert L. Nelson (with the collaboration of Gary J. Zouzoulas).
    ContributionsNelson, Herbert L., joint author., Zouzoulas, Gary J., joint author.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsRC455 .S69
    The Physical Object
    Paginationx, 242 p.
    Number of Pages242
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL5026659M
    LC Control Number73621172

    OCLC Number: Description: xiv, pages illustrations 24 cm. Contents: Role of the mentally ill and the dynamics of mental disorder: a research framework / Thomas J. Scheff --Myth of mental illness / Thomas S. Szasz --Socialization, comand of performance, and mental illness / Ernest Becker --Societal reactionto deviant behavior: problems of theory and method / John I. Kitsuse --Social.   I first started to question the Girl Interrupted effect when I began counting the number of dog-eared, tear-stained copies on the bed stands of young female patients at the psychiatric hospital I was working at back in or so. I noticed a number of adolescent girls carrying around copies of the book and talking with other patients about it.

    SOCIAL CLASS AND MENTAL ILLNESS was the result of an unusually creative and productive collaborative research project undertaken by August Hollingshead, a sociologist, and Frederick Redlich, a psychiatrist. By combining their expertise in their respective disciplines, they became pioneers in the field of medical sociology, social psychiatry, and psychiatric epidemiology; their study is now Cited by: 8. In such a case, social class refers to the socio-cultural aspects of one's life, namely the traits, behaviors, knowledge, and lifestyle that one is socialized into by one's family. This is why class descriptors like "lower," "working," "upper," or "high" can have social as well as economic implications for how we understand the person described.

      Interest in the relationship between social class and schizophrenia has diminished in recent years. However, these issues can usefully be reconsidered in light of increased recognition that schizophrenia has a protean course, that deinstitutionalization and community support of persons with schizophrenia are linked to welfare programs, and that conceptualizations and measurements of social Cited by: Soteria and Other Alternatives to Acute Psychiatric Hospitalization A Personal and Professional Review. LOREN R MOSHER, M.D.1,2. ABSTRACT: The author reviews the clinical and special social environmental data from the Soteria Project and its direct successors. Two random assignment studies of the Soteria model and its modification for long-term.


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