Mental Health and Social Space: Towards Inclusionary Geographies?
February 2008, Wiley-Blackwell
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* Offers a 'hopeful epistemology' not typically found in mental health-related research
* Interrogates neo-liberal dogma that defines people with mental health problems as active social citizens wholly responsible for their own recoveries and acceptance
* Brings to the fore the voices of, lives, capacities and difficulties facing people with mental health problems
* Imaginatively differentiates rural, urban, interest and technological communities, disrupting familiar and conventional accounts of social inclusion and 'the local'
* Demonstrates how people with mental health problems are active in re-scripting their own social recoveries through their use and understanding of different social spaces
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