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This collection explores the discursive production and treatment of mental distress as it is mediated by gender and race in different institutional contexts. Featuring analyses of the prison, the psychiatric hospital, immigration detention, and other locales, this book explores the multiple interlocking oppressions that result in the diagnosis and medical, psychological, and psychiatric treatment of individuals constituted as 'mentally ill' at various historical moments and across institutional spaces. Contributors unpack how feminine, masculine, and transgender bodies are made up as mentally…mehr

Produktbeschreibung
This collection explores the discursive production and treatment of mental distress as it is mediated by gender and race in different institutional contexts. Featuring analyses of the prison, the psychiatric hospital, immigration detention, and other locales, this book explores the multiple interlocking oppressions that result in the diagnosis and medical, psychological, and psychiatric treatment of individuals constituted as 'mentally ill' at various historical moments and across institutional spaces. Contributors unpack how feminine, masculine, and transgender bodies are made up as mentally ill/sick/deviant by way of biomedical and institutional knowledges and discourses and are intervened upon by different institutional and expert authorities.

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  • Verlag: Springer-Verlag GmbH
  • Erscheinungstermin: 28.07.2018
  • Englisch
  • ISBN-13: 9783319897493
  • Artikelnr.: 53432521
Autorenporträt
Jennifer M. Kilty is Associate Professor in the Department of Criminology, University of Ottawa, Canada. Her research interests include the criminalization of HIV nondisclosure, law and emotions, and women's experiences of confinement.
Erin Dej is Postdoctoral Fellow with the Canadian Observatory on Homelessness. She received her doctorate in criminology from the University of Ottawa, Canada. Her research interests include homelessness, mental health, autonomy among marginalized people, and homelessness prevention.
Inhaltsangabe
Introduction
Chapter 1: Introduction: Psy, gender, and containment Jennifer M. Kilty & Erin Dej
Historical 'Psy' Discourses Revisited
Chapter 2: Sickening institutions: A feminist sociological analysis and critique of religion, medicine and psychiatry Heidi Rimke
Chapter 3: Traditions of colonial and eugenic violence: Immigration detention in Canada Ameil Joseph
Chapter 4: Gender, madness, and the legacies of the Prisons Information Group (GIP) Michael Rembis
Section 2: Containing Bodies
Chapter 5: Patients' perspective on mechanical restraints in acute and emergency psychiatric settings: A poststructural feminist analysis Dave Holmes, Jean Daniel Jacob, Désiré Rioux & Pascale Corneau
Chapter 6: Carceral optics and the crucible of segregation: Revisiting scenes of state sanctioned violence against incarcerated women Jennifer M. Kilty
Chapter 7: Gender dysphoria and the medical gaze in Anglo-American carceral regimes Kyle Kirkup
Section 3: The Asylum and Beyond
Chapter 8: Uncovering the heteronormative order of the psychiatric iInstitution: A queer reading of chart documentation and language use Andrea Daley & Lori E. Ross
Chapter 9: Assessing 'insight', determining agency and autonomy: Implicating social identities Merrick Pilling, Andrea Daley, Margaret F. Gibson, Lori E. Ross & Juveria Zaheer
Chapter 10: When a man's home isn't a castle: Performing hypermasculinity among men experiencing homelessness and mental illness Erin Dej
Chapter 11 : Dangerous discourses: Masculinity, coercion and psychiatry Chris Van Veen, Mohamed Ibrahim & Marina Morrow
Conclusion
Chapter 12: Expanding the concept of 'containment' Erin Dej & Jennifer M. Kilty