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دانلود کتاب صنایع افراد مشکل دار: گسترش دسته بندی های وابسته به روانپزشکی فراتر از روانپزشکی

Troubled Persons Industries: The Expansion of Psychiatric Categories beyond Psychiatry, Martin Harbusch, 3030837440, 9783030837440, 978-3030837440

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This book critiques the use of psychiatric labelling and psychiatric narratives in everyday areas of institutional and social life across the globe. It engages an interpretive sociology, emphasising the medial and individual everyday practices of medicalisation, and their role in establishing and diffusing conceptions of mental (ab)normality.  The reconstruction of psychiatric narratives is currently taking place in multiple contexts, many of which are no longer strictly psychiatric. On the one hand, psychiatric narratives now pervade contemporary public discourses and institutions though advertising, news and internet sites. On the other hand, professionals like social workers, teachers, counsellors, disability advisors, lawyers, nurses and/or health insurance staff dealing with psychiatric narratives are becoming servants of the psychiatric discourse within “troubled person’s industries”. Abstract academic categories get turned into concrete aggrieved victims of these categorisations and academic formulas turned into individual narratives. To receive support it seems, one must be labelled.   The practice-oriented micro-sociological field with which this volume is concerned has only recently begun to integrate itself into public and academic debates regarding medicalisation and the social role of psychiatry. Discussions on the evolution and expansion of official diagnoses within academia, and society in general, frequently overlook the individualised roles of psychiatric diagnoses and the experiences of those involved and affected by these processes, an oversight which this volume seeks to both highlight and address

Foreword References Contents Notes on Contributors 1 Introduction: Are We All Mad Here? The Normalization of “Trouble” in Everyday Life De-contextualization of Social Problems Re-contextualization: New Perspectives on Psychiatric Labeling Public and Social Institutions as Troubled Persons Industries This Volume References 2 Psychiatrisation of School Children: Secondary School Teachers’ Beliefs and Practices on Mental Health and Illness Introduction The Research Findings Changes in Belief Increasing Awareness and Normalisation An Umbrella Term Emerging Awareness of Definitional Issues Changes in Practice Pre-emptive Measures: Identification, Education, and Awareness Schemes Growth in Pastoral Team and Management Expertise, Training, and Professionals Experts from Where? Barriers of Funding and Resources The Psychiatrisation of School Children Conclusion References 3 Governing Emotions in School Introduction ‘Troubled’ Young People and ‘Troubling’ Emotions Troubling ‘Mental Health’ Ways of ‘Seeing’ Emotion The Anatomy of Emotions Constructing ‘Troubled’ Young People Solutions to ‘Troubled’ Young People Schooling Emotions Schooling ‘Troubled’ Young People Shaping Counselling Policies And Practices In Education Counsellors as Experts Counsellors as Authorities of Knowledge Counsellors as referrers of ‘mental health’ Counselling as a Technology of Discipline Conclusion References 4 The ADHD Industry: The Psychiatrisation of the School System in Its Labour Market Context Introduction The Battle of Truth over ADHD Extremities of Power and the Knowledge-Work of ADHD Deploying Critical Theory Through Ethnographic Methods Mapping Our Analytical Journey Deindustrialisation, Disadvantage and the Apparatus of Education Social Exclusion and Special Education Needs Creating the Space for Psychiatry: Mainstreaming ‘Complex Needs’ The Everyday Practice of Inclusion: Division, Psychiatrisation and Normalisation Conclusion References 5 Confronting Neoliberalism’s Campus Culture and the Era of “Poor Me” Introduction The Spectacle of Neoliberalism’s Market Driven University Privatising the Public Rob from the Poor to Give to the Rich Managerial Control of Expertise Liquid Dreams and Uncertain Futures False Advertising and Dissatisfied Customers Irate Customers at Neoliberal U’s Customer Service Desk Irate Customers and the Victim is Right Movement Concluding Thoughts References 6 Psychiatric Expansion and the Rise of Workplace Mental Health Initiatives Introduction The Happy Worker The Disengaged Worker The Unhappy Worker Conclusion References 7 Orthorexia Nervosa: The Medicalization of Extreme Healthy Eating Practices Introduction The Medicalization of Eating Perspectives on Dysfunctional Eating Orthorexia Nervosa—A New Eating Disorder? Methods Interview Process Data Analysis Results Cohort A: Extreme Healthy Eaters Cohort B: Posters Cohort C: Professionals Discussion The Consequences of Labeling Study Strengths and Limitations References 8 The Psychiatric Surveillance of Pregnancy and Early Parenting Connections Between Perinatal Psychiatric Surveillance and Psy-Institutions Gendered Medicalisation and Psychiatric Expansion Perinatal Mental Health Screening Practices Perinatal Depression and Mothering Myths Psychological or Socio-Political Vulnerability? ‘Treatments’ for Perinatal Depression The New Terrain of Male PND Concluding Reflections References 9 Unpacking the Labelling Process: Framing Responsibility in Sex Addiction Unpacking the Labelling Process: Framing Responsibility in Sex Addiction Theoretical Background Methodology A Situated Data Sample What’s in a Label? On the Micro-Politics of Sex Addiction Negotiating the Labelling Process: The Therapists’ View Bearing Witness Unpacking Meaning-Making Experiencing the Label: The Sex Addict’s View Identification Disclosure Framing Responsibility A Continuum-Model of Responsibility Between Causality and Responsibility Powerless but Responsible: The Addiction Contradiction The Social Location of Responsibility Conclusion References 10 Carceral Psychiatry Introduction A Methodological Note ‘Prison Psychiatry’ Irreconcilability, Acculturation and Harmful Effects Contemporary Psychiatric Discourse on ‘prison Psychiatry’ Prisoners’ Encounters with Carceral Psychiatry Iatrogenic Effects Acculturated Mistrust Labels of Control Psychopharmacological Technologies of Control Discussion References 11 Cannabis Use and Mental Health: Paradoxes of Medicalization Stigma in a Realm of Scientific Uncertainty Cannabis Use as Pathology Cannabis Use and Schizophrenia Self-treating Schizophrenia with Cannabis Cannabis Out of Context: DSM Use Disorders Problems Assessing CUD in Medicinal Cannabis Users CUD Treatment and Social Control Resolving the Paradoxes References 12 Mental Health Categories and the Construction of Cultural Identities in the United States and New Zealand Introduction Background Considerations The Personality Disorders in American Psychiatry The History of Cultural Values Encoded in Psychiatric Categories Two Examples Toward New Zealand The New Zealand Study Maori Cultural Images of Troubled Persons Pakeha Cultural Images Conclusion References 13 Conclusion Troubled Persons and the Theaters of Clarity and Fluidity Expansion Life-World Expansion A Critical Sociology of Success and a Sociology Critical of Success The Descriptive-Nosological Pivot Descriptive Expansion? Fluidity and Fixity Fluidity in a Theater of Fixity Intersubjective Fluidity: A Pragmatist Approach References Index