Democratising diagnoses? The role of the depathologisation perspective in constructing corporeal trans citizenship

@article{Davy2018DemocratisingDT,
  title={Democratising diagnoses? The role of the depathologisation perspective in constructing corporeal trans citizenship},
  author={Zowie Davy and Anniken S{\o}rlie and Amets Suess Schwend},
  journal={Critical Social Policy},
  year={2018},
  volume={38},
  pages={13 - 34}
}
In the scope of the current revision process of the diagnostic manuals Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (DSM) and International Statistical Classification of Diseases and Other Health Problems (ICD), an international trans depathologisation movement has emerged that demands, among other claims, the removal of a diagnostic classification of gender transition processes as a mental disorder. The call for submissions launched by the American Psychiatric Association (APA) and… 

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