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The protest psychosis : how schizophrenia became a Black disease

Author: Jonathan Metzl
Publisher: Boston : Beacon Press, ©2009.
Edition/Format:   Book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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The Protest Psychosis provides a cautionary tale of how anxieties about race continue to impact doctor-patient interactions, even during our current, seemingly post-race era of genetics, pharmacokinetics, and brain scans.
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Genre/Form: Case studies
Case Reports
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Jonathan Metzl
ISBN: 9780807085929 0807085928 9780807001271 0807001279
OCLC Number: 319496892
Description: xxi, 246 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.
Contents: 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.
Responsibility: Jonathan M. Metzl.

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The Protest Psychosis provides a cautionary tale of how anxieties about race continue to impact doctor-patient interactions, even during our current, seemingly post-race era of genetics, pharmacokinetics, and brain scans.

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