A social paradigm in psychiatry - themes and perspectives
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Dawson, Erika H (Queen Mary University of London, 2014-11-07)Social learning plays a valuable role in the lives of many animal taxa, sometimes allowing individuals to bypass the costs of personal exploration. The ubiquity of this behaviour may arise from the fact that learning ...
National diversity and social cohesion: the impact of Scottish devolution on social and political cohesion in Britain Shevlane, Robin (2010)Within a number of Western nation-states, internal national minorities are advancing demands for political recognition and a measure of autonomy short of full independence. General acceptance of democratic ideals places ...
Objective social outcomes index (SIX): a method to summarise objective indicators of social outcomes in mental health care Priebe, S; Watzke, S; Hansson, L; Burns, T (2008-07)