Social Order / Mental Disorder


  Chapter One  Reflections on the Historical Sociology of Psychiatry
 expand sectionChapter Two  Humanitarianism or Control? Some Observations on the Historiography of Anglo-American Psychiatry
 expand sectionChapter Three  The Domestication of Madness
 expand sectionChapter Four  Moral Treatment Reconsidered
 expand sectionChapter Five  The Discovery of the Asylum Revisited: Lunacy Reform in the New American Republic
 expand sectionChapter Six  From Madness to Mental Illness: Medical Men as Moral Entrepreneurs
 expand sectionChapter Seven  John Conolly: A Victorian Psychiatric Career
 expand sectionChapter Eight  Moral Architecture: The Victorian Lunatic Asylum
 expand sectionChapter Nine  Was Insanity Increasing?
 expand sectionChapter Ten  Progressive Dreams, Progressive Nightmares: Social Control in Twentieth-Century America
 collapse sectionChapter Eleven  Dazeland
 expand sectionChapter Twelve  The Theory and Practice of Civil Commitment
 expand sectionChapter Thirteen  The Asylum as Community or the Community as Asylum: Paradoxes and Contradictions of Mental Health Care

 expand sectionSelected Bibliography
 expand sectionIndex

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