SOC 2070 Lecture Notes - Lecture 12: Total Institution, Sedation, Deinstitutionalisation

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30 Mar 2017
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Mental illness is an objective condition that can be identified, measured and treated. The medical model is objectivist (a biophysical abnormality that needs treatment) 20% canadian will be affected over their lifetime (mostly anxiety and depression (cmd"s common mental disorders)) Younger vs. older (most common around my age demographic (15-24), this gives us the opportunity to understand why this may be) social and emotional conditions that are conducive to mental health problems. Male vs. female (overall, mental illness rates are the same, but rates vary by illness: women have higher rates of anxiety, depression and ptsd (is this biological, social, are the just more likely to report it?) Women do face unique stressors in north american culture: income inequality, caring for others, abusive relationships. But, women have higher reporting rates for cmd"s (this makes them more prominent in statistics of mi: men have a higher risk of anti-social personality disorder.

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