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
 expand sectionChapter Eleven  Dazeland
 collapse sectionChapter Twelve  The Theory and Practice of Civil Commitment
 expand sectionThe 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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