The Resource Mental health service users in research : Critical sociological perspectives, (electronic resource)

Mental health service users in research : Critical sociological perspectives, (electronic resource)

Mental health service users in research : Critical sociological perspectives
Mental health service users in research
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Critical sociological perspectives
In examining how our identity shapes the knowledge we produce, Mental health service users in research considers ways of 'doing research' which bring multiple understandings together effectively, and explains the sociological use of autobiography and its relevance
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Mental health service users in research : Critical sociological perspectives, (electronic resource)
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  • Contents; Notes on contributors; Preface and acknowledgements; Sociology and survivor research: an introduction; Watershed moments in survivor research; Sociology and survivors' voices; Reclaiming our voices; Conversations on a new footing: the significance of the British Library seminar series; Mental health service users' experiences and epistemological fallacy; Folie et déraison; The classic sick role; Differing expressions of illness; Mental 'illness'?; Sick roles and research roles; Implications for 'mental health' research; Epistemological fallacy
  • Alcohol use by womenAlcohol and disorder; The concept of 'alcoholism'; Illness as social dissonance; A sociological gaze; Accommodating difference; Conclusion; 'Hard to reach'? Racialised groups and mental health service user involvement; Introduction; Who is 'hard to reach'?; Issues in user involvement; Delivering race equality: the Ambassadors programme; Not that hard to reach: redefining user involvement; Implications for current practice; Individual narratives and collective knowledge: capturing lesbian, gay and bisexual service user experiences; Introduction
  • Doing good carer-led research: reflecting on 'Past Caring' methodologyIntroduction; Service user-led research; Research design; Participants; Participant reflections; Theorising service user involvement from a researcher perspective; Introduction; Researcher attitudes to PPI; Implications of PPI for research and researchers; Theoretical framing for research; Power issues; Skills; Running a project; Conclusion; How does who we are shape the knowledge we produce? Doing collaborative research about personality disorders; Introduction; The research project; The team; Methods; The analysis process
  • Marginalised memoirs and collective knowledge
  • ReflectionsDiscussion: how who we are shaped the knowledge we produced in our research; How this approach informs collaborative research about personality disorders; Where do service users' knowledges sit in relation to professional and academic understandings of knowledge?; Introduction; Experiential knowledge; The broader context of disability; The broader context of user involvement; Experiential knowledge and competing ideologies; Experiential knowledge and research methodology; Generating survivor knowledge; The devaluing of experience-based research; Excluding service users' knowledge
  • Tensions between expert/professional and experiential knowledgeThe contribution of experiential knowledge; Recognition politics as a human rights perspective on service users' experiences of involvement in mental health services; Introduction: the policy context; Recognition politics as a perspective on human rights; The study; User involvement as recognition politics; Non-recognition and disrespect: being a 'user'5; Misrecognition: the discourse of mental illness; Conclusion; Theorising a social model of 'alcoholism': service users who misbehave; Introduction; The importance of alcohol
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1 online resource (202 p.)
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  • jstor1447307356

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