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This study of the "radicalization" of psychiatry analyzes the writings of Laing, Foucault, Szasz, and Goffman, constructs a model for understanding mental illness, and emphasizes collective responsibility for the care of the mentally ill
Keywords Antipsychiatry  Psychiatry  Psychiatry  Psychiatry Philosophy
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Call number RC437.5.S39 1982
ISBN(s) 0060150580   0060909641   0861043529   9780060150587
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