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Struggling for subversion: Service user movements and limits to the impact of client led accountability
(Gylphi, Canterbury, 2012-09)
Since the invention of the service user as a medico-political category, service user involvement has been advocated by policymakers and researchers as a way of empowering clients and ensuring service responsiveness and ...
Guest editorial: Madness and literature
(Emerald Insight, 2011)
In August 2010, the Institute of Mental Health hosted the 1st International Health Humanities Conference: Madness & Literature, funded by the Arts and Humanities Research Council, UK. The conference was attended by a range ...
Madness in post 1945 British and American fiction.
(Palgrave Macmillan, 2010-10-20)
This is one of the first books to comprehensively explore representations of madness in postwar British and American Fiction. The book looks at representations of madness in a range of texts by postwar writers (such as Ken ...