Connectedness and citizenship: redefining social integration.

  title={Connectedness and citizenship: redefining social integration.},
  author={Norma C. Ware and K. Hopper and Toni Tugenberg and Barbara Dickey and Daniel Z. Fisher},
  journal={Psychiatric services},
  volume={58 4},
OBJECTIVE Despite decades of deinstitutionalization, individuals with psychiatric disabilities living outside the hospital may be described as in the community, but not of it. To effectively address the persisting problem of social exclusion of persons with psychiatric disabilities, new conceptual tools are needed. To address this need, a new definition of social integration is offered. METHODS The definition is based on data from a qualitative study. Data collection consisted of individual… CONTINUE READING
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