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RYERSONDST 500Jenna ReidFall

DST 500 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Margery Kempe, Elizabeth Packard, David Reville

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19 Nov 2012
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Ex-patients were the first in the movement because they were later considered to no longer be patients. Consumer of mental health services: grew out of
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RYERSONDST 500Jenna ReidFall

DST 500 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Labeling Theory, Drapetomania, Involuntary Commitment

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18 Nov 2012
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Professionals have names for the different behaviours that people illustrate for processing purposes: depression: when they can no longer become and pr
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RYERSONDST 500Jenna ReidFall

Week 3 Lecture - Collective Madness

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18 Nov 2012
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Necessary to look beyond the individual in terms of causal factors and in terms of the way mental illness is dealt with. We talked about important stru
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RYERSONDST 500Jenna ReidFall

DST 500 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Mad Pride, Biology Of Depression, Thomas Szasz

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18 Nov 2012
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Self-identity: mad identified = mad pride. Gave sense as people who were consuming the mental health system had purchasing power of the mental health s
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RYERSONDST 500Jenna ReidFall

DST 500 Lecture Notes - Erik Erikson, Carl Jung, Sigmund Freud

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18 Nov 2012
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Individual: involves different perspectives and can potentially change how you understand explanations: tied with psychological. Theorists of psycholog
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RYERSONGEO 509Hersch JacobsFall

GEO 509 Lecture Notes - Eric Schlosser, Adam Gopnik, Habitual Aspect

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20 Apr 2012
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Hunting, fishing were the most extensive human activity. Agriculture has impact on well-being, made civilization possible: released obligation from ind
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