War, exile, moral knowledge and the limits of psychiatric understanding: a clinical case study of a Bosnian refugee in London.

Abstract

BACKGROUND This paper describes a Bosnian refugee, a survivor of war and ethnic cleansing, during a 3-year follow-up in a psychiatry clinic. DISCUSSION This case throws light on the tension between medicotherapeutic and sociomoral ways of understanding the effects of such experiences, and of the limitations of morally and politically neutral psychiatric… (More)

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