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Published January, 2090
By Na Na, Francesca Canade Sautman and Pamela Sheingorn
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Published September, 2021
By Matt DeLisi
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This book applies the psychopathy concept toward the understanding of crime.

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Published September, 2020
By Katharine E. Low and Katharine Low
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This book analyses the partnership between applied theatre and sexual health communication in a theatre making project in Nyanga, a township in South Africa. we need multitudes of voices, nuanced understandings and diverse spaces in which discussions of sexuality and sexual health are shared, felt and experienced.

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Published February, 2020
By Kieran McNally
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Schizophrenia was 20th century psychiatry's arch concept of madness. Yet for most of that century it was both problematic and contentious. In doing so, it opens up new ways of understanding 20th century madness.

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Published February, 2020
By John Boswell
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This book sheds new light on the political battle to define and construct obesity as a policy issue. This insightful work will interest scholars of interpretive policy studies, critical public health and science and technology studies.

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Published February, 2020
By Gregory Bistoen
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The contemporary psychiatric approach to trauma, encapsulated in the diagnostic category of PTSD, has been criticized for its neglect of the political dimensions involved in the etiology and treatment of trauma.

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Published January, 2020
By Cordet Smart and Timothy Auburn
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Published January, 2020
By Stewart Justman
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The Nocebo Effect documents the transformation of normal problems into medical ones and brings out the risks of this inflationary practice. One notable risk is that people labeled as sick may find themselves living up to their label through the alchemy of the nocebo effect.

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Published January, 2020
By Amy Chandler
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This book provides an appreciative, sociological engagement with accounts of the embodied practice of self-injury. It shows that in order to understand self-injury, it is necessary to engage with widely circulating narratives about the nature of bodies, including that they are separate from, yet containers of 'emotion'.

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Published December, 2019
By Kirstine Zinck Pedersen
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Built on presuppositions about failsafe system-design, risk elimination, and human fallibility, the patient safety programme introduces new problems and safety threats in clinical practice by devaluing practical forms of reasoning and the trained safety dispositions of clinicians.

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