The Psychiatric Team and the Social Definition of Schizophrenia: An Anthropological Study of Person and Illness

@inproceedings{Barrett1996ThePT,
  title={The Psychiatric Team and the Social Definition of Schizophrenia: An Anthropological Study of Person and Illness},
  author={R. Barrett},
  year={1996}
}
Foreword Preface Acknowledgements 1. Schizophrenia in context 2. Time and space in a progressive psychiatric hospital 3. Professional domains and the dimensions of a case 4. Clinical teams and the 'whole person' 5. Documenting a case: the written construction of schizophrenia 6. Moral trajectories: from acute psychosis to 'chronic schizophrenic' 7. Historical formulations of schizophrenia: degeneration and disintegration 8. Contemporary formulations of schizophrenia: explaining the inexplicable… Expand
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