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by Nicholas N. Kittrie


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Enforced therapy for deviants from the social norm is examined in this thought provoking book. Originally published in 1971.

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In the front of this book the following quotation by Thomas Huxley is printed: "Next to being right in this world the best of all things .

In the front of this book the following quotation by Thomas Huxley is printed: "Next to being right in this world the best of all things is to be clear and definitely wrong.

In the 1975 book Limits to medicine: Medical nemesis (1975), Ivan Illich put forth one of the earliest uses of the term . Kittrie, Nicholas (1971). The right to be different: deviance and enforced therapy.

In the 1975 book Limits to medicine: Medical nemesis (1975), Ivan Illich put forth one of the earliest uses of the term "medicalization". Illich, a philosopher, argued that the medical profession harms people through iatrogenesis, a process in which illness and social problems increase due to medical intervention.

"Enforced therapy for deviants from the social norm is examined in this thought provoking book." Originally published in 1971.
Ndav
A classic that is still important!
Rgia
For study of psychology would make a good textbook. I am disappointed that it didn't help me with the project i am working on.
Just_paw
This was ordered for my sister who requested this book by name. She said this book was just the right one. I'm not sure if she liked the book or not, but she was very appreciative so it must be good:).
The Right to Be Different: Deviance and Enforced Therapy (Pelican) ebook
Author:
Nicholas N. Kittrie
Category:
Economics
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1365 kb
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1336 kb
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Publisher:
Penguin Books (March 30, 1973)
Pages:
476 pages
Rating:
4.6
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