- Published: Boston : Beacon Press, c2009.
- Year Published: 2009
- Description: xxi, 246 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.
- Language: English
- Format: Book
- African Americans -- Case studies. -- Mental health
- Schizophrenia -- Case studies.
- PSYCHOLOGY / Psychopathology / General
- SOCIAL SCIENCE / Ethnic Studies / African American Studies
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The protest psychosis : how schizophrenia became a black disease
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Call number: Black Studies 616.898 Me
Preface: the protest psychosis -- Homicidal -- Ionia -- She tells very little about her behavior yet shows a lot -- Loosening associations -- Like a family -- The other direction -- Categories -- Octavius Greene had no exit interview -- The persistence of memory -- Too close for comfort -- His actions are determined largely by his emotions -- Revisionist mystery -- A racialized disease -- A metaphor for race -- Turned loose -- Deinstitutionalization -- Raised in a slum ghetto -- Power, knowledge, and diagnostic revision -- Return of the repressed -- Rashamon -- Something else instead -- Locked away -- Diversity -- Inside -- Remnants -- Controllin' the planet -- Conclusion.
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