By Marcia S. Freeman
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Psychiatrists who undertook outpatient work were confronted with two major issues which had profound implications for how they thought about mental illness. I'^irstly, in the course of finding employment or housing for former patients in an often hostile climate, they were forced to consider an entire socio-economic context rather than a sick individual. Since context they were effectively unable to alter, depending as it was a did on such it variables as the business cycle, they withdrew into exclusively medicalised explanations of mental disorder.
Animal Lives by Marcia S. Freeman