Pros & cons on removing mental patients from institutional settings. History of arguments, economics, public policy, legislation.
Sexuality in Two Novels
This paper provides an analysis of Anthony Burgess’ A Clockwork Orange and Ken Kesey’s One Flew Over The Cuckoo’s Nest. The analysis argues that both authors’ works use sexuality to illustrate a dystopian state that in its attempt to engineer law-abiding citizens creates more harm than individuals acting immorally.
HUMAN SERVICE AGENCIES & CHILD ABUSE.
Examines effectiveness of agencies i protecting children. History, intervention, obstacles, solution-based vs. punitive approaches, impact on children, risk assessment.
MENTAL ILLNESS & SOCIAL WORKERS.
Examines evolution of mental health care theory & practice & growing role of social worker in intervention, aftercare, community services, institutional & outpatient care.
Religion's philosophy, history & development, family life, practices, blood transfusions, membership requirements, founders, end of the world predictions.
His contribution to forensic psychiatry. His efforts to humanize treatment of mentally ill offenders in criminal courts. Development of the insanity defense. Ray's early life and career. His theory of moral insanity; naturalistic view of human beings. The 1843 McNaughton case and ruling. Ray's books on different facets of mental health and crime.