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Madness and Murder: Implications for the Psychiatric Disciplines

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Murder is the most malevolent of acts by humans. Not only does the slaying of a man, woman or child destroy a life, but it ravages the lives of all thoses associated with the person who has been killed, and forments the collective angst of the community. But the mad who kill are placed in a different socio-legal category to that of "normal" murderers. Those regarded as insane, either at the time of their improbity or after the event, are propelled into a distinct and discreditable stratum of deviancy. They are "unreasonably ...

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1861561644

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9781861561640

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Madness and Murder: Implications for the Psychiatric Disciplines
2000, Wiley, London, England

ISBN-13: 9781861561640

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