4 edition of Basaglias International Legacy found in the catalog.
|Statement||Oxford University Press|
|Publishers||Oxford University Press|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 107 p. :|
|Number of Pages||49|
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Festgabe Philipp Strauch zum 80. Geburtstage am 23. September 1932 dargebracht von Fachkollegen und Schülern
Over the years and despite several crises we have gradually become more sophisticated, and realistic money-wise, but never secure. "L'azione della cloropromazina sull'esperienza delirante primaria" [The effects of chlorpromazine on a state of primary delirium].
: 170 As long as confinement remained possible, professionals would continue to regard themselves as the ultimately responsible parties, and patients would continue to regard their agency and freedom as dependent on the doctor's will.
216 in April 2001, which also spelled out concrete legal rights for mental health service users Venturini et al.
Modell oder Utopie, Munich 1988. There, unemployed workers printed ASYLUM for the cost of the paper and ink, but we did make good will donations to them. ] never ceased to practice genuine psychiatry, fact that basically meant to reinforce, rather than to weaken, the legitimacy of the psychiatric interventions against the will of the affected persons, having transferred the place in which the commitment occurs from the psychiatric hospital to the civil hospital.
However, Basaglia is strikingly absent from the literature in Germanic and Anglophone psychiatry. Archivio di Psicologia, Neurologia e Psichiatria in Italian.
Draws on the combined knowledge of clinicians, policy-makers, historians, and social scientists including a handful of Basaglia's collaborators to provide an in-depth understanding. It provides an in-depth understanding and critical analysis of the various applications of his thinking worldwide. De Girolamo G; Bassi, M; Neri, G; Ruggeri, M; Santone, G; Picardi, A March 2007. During this time, we have made some of our learning resources freely accessible.
The most vocal critics, such as the late Thomas Szasz, author of The Myth of Mental Illness 1961 , often come from within the profession itself.
Colucci, Mario; Pierangelo Di Vittorio 2001.
in Italian Crimini di pace, with , , ,.