By David L. Armstrong
Because the final version of this ebook, released in 1983, the textual content has been rewritten and rearranged to provide an up to date evaluate of the topic. The emphasis is on offering a framework for knowing the connection among future health care and the society during which it happens
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The 'patients' who were discharged earliest were those who eventually confessed to having been ill but were now 'feeling better'. Those who continued to profess their normality were kept in the longest as it was believed they were deliberately feigning to get out - clearly pathological behaviour in a mental hospital. ) Though this study demonstrated the dilemma of appropriate behaviour in a mental hospital it is uncertain whether it substantiates the labelling perspective. One critic has argued it merely shows the diagnostic ineptitude of the admitting psychiatrists.
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An Outline of Sociology As Applied to Medicine by David L. Armstrong