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DST 500 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Olivia De Havilland, Consent Decree, Studio System

Monday, October 30, 2017 SOC902Week Seven The Collapse of the House that Adolph Zukor Built The Sherman Anti Trust Act - The Sherman Anti trust act was passed in 1980 to address oppressive business practices associated wit...

Disability Studies
DST 500
Danielle Landry
DST 508 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Disability Art, Disability Studies, Crips
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Week 2, Lecture 1 - Wed. Sept 12th, 2018 **This course entails 3 different modules MODULE 1: The emergence of Disability Arts Week 1: What is disability studies and how does it relate to disability arts and culture...

Disability Studies
DST 508
Eliza Chandler
DST 500 Lecture Notes - Lecture 12: Human Resources, Medicalization, Peer Support
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DST 500 - A History of Madness Week Twelve - Critique of the Service Model At the Macro Level - Welfare state - Residual - Hostility towards the poor...

Disability Studies
DST 500
Jenna Reid
DST 500 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Psy, Alprazolam, Art Therapy
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DST 500 - A History of Madness Week Seven - (Un)Expected Art Institutions: Historicizing Art Therapy - Mad art is art made by or about people with mad experiences - Must historicize the r...

Disability Studies
DST 500
Jenna Reid
DST 500 Lecture 8: Week Eight
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DST 500 - A History of Madness Week Eight - The Western to Global Mental Health Pipeline: Psychiatry as Neo- Imperialism Psychiatry and the Colonial - Colonial r...

Disability Studies
DST 500
Jenna Reid
DST 500 Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: Deinstitutionalisation
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DST 500 - A History of Madness Week Eleven - End of the Asylum Deinstitutionalization - Closing of asylums and institutions and the movement of people into the community - I...

Disability Studies
DST 500
Jenna Reid
DST 500 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: John George Howard, Bethlem Royal Hospital, Centre For Addiction And Mental Health
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DST 500 A History of Madness Week Ten Building our Very Own Bedlam: the Queen Street Site Asylums through Time Bethlem aka Bedlam in London, England Built in the 1920s 1700s inmates called patients 1725 curable and...

Disability Studies
DST 500
Jenna Reid
DST 500 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Mad Scientist
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DST 500 - A History of Madness Week Nine - Madness Narratives and Discourses - Stories: - Are reflective of culture - Produce culture - Police cult...

Disability Studies
DST 500
Jenna Reid
DST 500 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Dysphoria, Labeling Theory, Governmentality
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DST 500 - A History of Madness Week Six - Madness as Deviance Deviance and Normalcy - Deviant - differing from a norm or from the accepted standards of society - Deviance - ...

Disability Studies
DST 500
Jenna Reid
DST 500 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Mass Hysteria
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DST 500 - A History of Madness Week Four Collective Madness - Collective Madness - a group of people acting in irrational ways - Fashion fads ...

Disability Studies
DST 500
Jenna Reid
DST 500 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Elizabeth Packard, Assertive Community Treatment, Anti-Psychiatry
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DST 500 - A History of Madness Week Three - The Consumer/Survivor/Ex-Patient Movement Mad Positivity - Mad positive means challenging the assumed negativity around madness - I.e. tha...

Disability Studies
DST 500
Jenna Reid
DST 500 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: The Takeaway, Shared Experience, Intersectionality

DST Week 3: Waves of Madness September 25th Paxis: theoretically informed practice Sanism: A constructed difference in behavior that ...

Disability Studies
DST 500
Danielle Landry
DST 500 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: The Bell Curve, Erving Goffman, Gender Dysphoria

DST week 5 - Labelling and mental illness Mental illness/disorder or what is labelled as such is really social deviance form normative behavior. Psychiatry mistakes these social norms for illness. Deviant: One whose beha...

Disability Studies
DST 500
Danielle Landry
DST 500 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Mental Health, Counterhegemony, Eurocentrism

Introducing intersectionality - Concept used to describe the ways in which oppressive institutions are interconnected and cannot be examined away from one another - No factors in isolation, but all of...

Disability Studies
DST 500
Danielle Landry
DST 500 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Schizophrenia, Trepanning, Revised Version
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DST 500 - A History of Madness Week Two - Gods, Demons, the DSM V and Other Suspects Neurotransmitters - Serotonin affects: mood and social behaviour; appetite and digestion; sleep; sexual ...

Disability Studies
DST 500
Jenna Reid

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