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Madness, Power and the Media
This volume offers innovative ways to think about speculation at a time when anticipation of catastrophe in an apocalyptic mode is the order of the day and shapes public discourse on a global scale. It maps an interdisciplinary field of investigation: the chapters interrogate hegemonic ways of shaping the present through investments in the future, while also looking at speculative practices that reveal transformative potential. The twelve contributions explore concrete instances of envisioning the open unknown and affirmative speculative potentials in history, literature, comics, computer games, mold research, ecosystem science and artistic practice. Her research interests include American science fiction, post-apocalyptic film, and global catastrophic risk in fiction. Christine Hanke is Chair of Digital and Audiovisual Media at Bayreuth University and conducts research in the fields of media resistance, postcolonial studies, and image theory.
Lester D. Friedman, Senior Lecturer, teaches film, medical humanities, and literature at Northwestern University. Otto F. Wahl, Sign In or Create an Account. Advanced Search.
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Intended Learning Outcomes: Outline the key theoretical issues in the history of psychiatry. Identify changes and continuities in social attitudes towards mental illness. Identify changes and continuities in medical explanations and treatments of mental illness. Assess critically the historiographies of the history of psychiatry. Apply historical understandings to contemporary issues regarding mental health. Evaluate why knowledge of mental illness has been so contestable. Lectures will provide information about context, historical content and historiographical debates, including time for discussion and questions.
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Madness, Power and the Media
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Mental health issues can affect anyone, including celebrities. These stars suffer from mental illness and are helping to end the stigma. Cross, simon visualizing madness: mental illness and public representation. Mental health issues and the media provides students and professionals in nursing and allied professions, in psychiatry, psychology and related disciplines, with a theoretically grounded introduction to the ways in which our attitudes are shaped by the media.
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