Mittwoch, 1. April 2009

Issue of Radical Psychology "Madness, Citizenship & Social Justice: A Human Rights Conference"

After a brief delay, Volume 7, Issue 2 (Winter 2008), of Radical Psychology is now available online at http://radicalpsych ology.org/ Please distrute this notification to your contacts.

This is a special issue of the journal, covering papers from the "Madness, Citizenship & Social Justice: A Human Rights Conference" held at Simon Fraser University in Vancouver Canada from June 12-15, 2008.

The issue contains:

Cover Art: Stop the Abuse
by Sue Clark-Wittenberg

1. Editorial
by Brenda A. LeFrançois

2. Theorizing Distress: Critical Reflections on Bi-polar and Borderline
by Christina Martens

3. Stranger Neighbours
by Helen Douglas

4. Making Bipolar Britney: Proliferating Psychiatric Diagnoses Through Tabloid Media
by Jijian Veronka

5. A "Patient-Centred" Path Towards Ignoring Patient Rights
by Rob Wipond

6. We All Go Astray
by Leon Redler


Upcoming issues of Radical Psychology: A Journal of Psychology, Politics, and Radicalism will be on the special topic of Feminism and Psychology with three different issues dedicated to: 1) 'Girlhood'; 2) 'Bodily Difference'; and, 3) 'Mothering on the Margins'.

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