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Worlds of the Mentally Ill: How Deinstitutionalization Works in the City

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Lewis offers a radically different perspective on care of the mentally ill now that these patients are no longer isolated from society. This book is based on a series of interviews conducted with 313 Chicago area patients released from four different state hospitals. Rather than rely on retrospective data-gathering on patients at intake, Lewis began at the time of release, tracking the patients for 12 months during which they were interviewed twice. This approach permitted Lewis and his researchers to discover where the ...

Worlds of the Mentally Ill: How Deinstitutionalization Works in the City 1990, Southern Illinois University Press

ISBN-13: 9780809314775

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