Asylum 18.4 – Winter 2011

Winter 2011

Contents

  • MAD CUTS Ian Parker
  • 50 YEARS SINCE THE PUBLICATION OF THE MYTH OF MENTAL ILLNESS Phil Virden
  • INCREASE IN PSYCHIATRIC COMPULSION IN THE UK George Fowler
  • THE CONSEQUENCES OF PSYCHIATRIC MISUNDERSTANDINGS Anonymous
  • CHRISTIANITY AND PSYCHIATRY: A PERSONAL PERSPECTIVE Alan Jennings
  • HEARING VOICES AND SOCIAL CONTEXTS Peter Donnelly
  • LIBERTY AND WELL BEING Dean Smith
  • A CLIENT’S VIEW OF CAPITALIST PSYCHIATRY Philip Hutchinson
  • FAMILY HABITS Joe Malone
  • STRUGGLING AGAINST PSYCHIATRY’S VIOLATIONS OF HUMAN RIGHTS Don Weitz
  • PSYCHOUT: BUILDING A GLOBAL NETWORK OF ACTIVISTS Shaindl Diamond and Bonnie Burstow
  • WE DO NOT BELIEVE IN SILENCE: POETRY SECTION Clare Shaw and Phil Thomas
  • ASYLUM AT MANCHESTER’S OKASIONAL CAFE
  • HELLENIC OBSERVATORY FOR RIGHTS IN THE FIELD OF MENTAL HEALTH
  • TROUBLE AT T’ DIAGNOSTIC AND STATISTICAL MILL David Greenberg