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Institutionalism and schizophrenia a comparative study of three mental hospitals, 1960-1968 by J. K. Wing

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Published by Cambridge University Press in Cambridge .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Psychiatric hospital care,
  • Schizophrenia,
  • Case studies,
  • Social psychiatry

Book details:

Edition Notes

StatementJ.K. Wing and G.W. Brown
ContributionsBrown, George W. (George William), 1930-
The Physical Object
Paginationxiii, 259 p. :
Number of Pages259
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL25534754M
ISBN 10052111280X
ISBN 109780521112802
OCLC/WorldCa317252363

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  This book studies the relationship between institutionalism and schizophrenia in the lives of mental patients. The interesting approach to the positive and negative effects of institutionalisation on schizophrenics will give this book a wide readership in psychiatry, social psychology and the social sciences as well as among social workers Cited by: Institutionalism and Schizophrenia - by J. K. Wing September However, the book would be incomplete without a general account of the hospitals themselves and, in particular, of the policies and intentions of the most influential people—the physician superintendents. We therefore asked Dr Barton, Dr Freudenberg and Dr Macmillan to Author: Freudenberg, R. K. M.D., D.P.M. This book studies the relationship between institutionalism and schizophrenia in the lives of mental patients. The authors observed schizophrenic patients in three different mental hospitals over a period of eight years. Their conclusions are important for the better management of institutions and for the future of extra-mural mental health. This book studies the relationship between institutionalism and schizophrenia in the lives of mental patients. The authors observed schizophrenic patients in three different mental hospitals over a period of eight years. Their conclusions are important for the better management of institutions and for the future of extra-mural mental health services. The lives of long-term schizophrenic.

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