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Reading 1: Perkins, R. (1999) ‘Madness, distress and the language of inclusion, Openmind, Vol 98, Jul/Aug 1999, © 1999 Mind (National Association for Mental Health).
Reading 2: Rose, D (2001) ‘Terms of engagement’, Openmind, Vol.108, Mar/Apr 2001. pp. 16–17 © 2001 Mind (National Association for Mental Health).
Reading 3: Kemshall, H. (2002) ‘Mental health, mental disorder, risk and public protection’ pp. 90–99 from Risk, Social Policy and Welfare, Buckingham, Open University Press. Reproduced with the kind permission of Open University Press. McGraw-Hill.
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The extracts are taken from course K272 Challenging ideas in mental health Copyright © 2004 The Open University.
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