Mental Health Uncertainty and Inevitability: Rejuvenating the Relationship Between Social Science and Psychiatry (Hardcover)

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Mental Health Uncertainty and Inevitability: Rejuvenating the Relationship Between Social Science and Psychiatry (Hardcover)

By Hugh Middleton (Editor), Melanie Jordan (Editor)

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Chapter 1: Returning to the Fray: Revisiting what Social Science Can Offer Psychiatry ... and vice versa.- Chapter 2: A Symbolic Interactionist Approach to Mental Health Assertive Outreach.- Chapter 3: The Role of Everyday Interaction Rituals within Therapeutic Communities.- Chapter 4: The Dementia Experience: Sociological Observations on the Construction of Cognition in Care Homes Kezia Scales.- Chapter 5: "The will's there and the skill's there" Prison Mental Healthcare.- Chapter 6: Institutional and Emotion Work in Forensic Psychiatry: Detachment and Desensitisation.- Chapter 7: Community Mental Health Teams: Interacting Groups of Citizen-Agent?.- Chapter 8: Handling Role Boundaries: A Basic Social Process underpinning decision making in mental health teams.- Chapter 9: Mental Health Uncertainty & Inevitability.


Hugh Middleton is Associate Professor at the University of Nottingham, UK, and an NHS Consultant Psychiatrist.Melanie Jordan is is Assistant Professor in Criminology at the University of Nottingham, UK.
Product Details ISBN: 9783319439693
ISBN-10: 3319439693
Publisher: Palgrave MacMillan
Publication Date: February 17th, 2017
Pages: 242
Language: English