Mental Health and Social Issues Following a Nuclear Accident: The Case of Fukushima Springer | Medicine | December 27, 2015 | ISBN-10: 4431556982 | 130 pages | pdf | 2.75 mb
by Jun Shigemura (Editor), Rethy Kieth Chhem (Editor) Highlights mental health issues following the Fukushima nuclear disaster Addresses psychosocial issues that produce negative impacts such as discrimination, stigmatization, and scapegoating Contrasts the Fukushima findings with those of Three Mile Island and Chernobyl
Journey to healing: Aboriginal people with addiction and mental health issues: what health, social service and justice workers need to know by Peter Menzies English | 30 Sept. 2014 | ISBN: 177114159X | 480 Pages | AZW3 | MB
Examining Mental Health through Social Constructionism: The Language of Mental Health by Michelle O'Reilly English | 29 Oct. 2017 | ISBN: 331960094X | 386 Pages | PDF | 3.24 MB
This book explores social constructionism and the language of mental distress. Mental health research has traditionally been dominated by genetic and biomedical explanations that provide only partial explanations.