Cultural Diversity, Mental Health and Psychiatry: The Struggle against Racism

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Contents
List of figure, tables and boxesx
Acknowledgementsxi
Introduction1
PART IBackground9
1Racism and cultural diversity11
Ethnic minorities in Europe13
Nature of racism15
Racism in Europe22
Multiculturalism, racism and ethnicity25
Ethnic issues in mental health29
Psychiatric research37
Summary44
2Responding to racism, addressing culture46
Struggle against racism46
Responses in the mental health field54
Struggle within institutional psychiatry67
Initiatives in mental health service provision71
Problems of the black voluntary sector78
Black response within mental health83
Summary85

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  • Title Page iii
  • Contents vii
  • Figure, Tables and Boxes x
  • Acknowledgements xi
  • Introduction 1
  • Part I - Background 9
  • Chapter 1 - Racism and Cultural Diversity 11
  • Chapter 2 - Responding to Racism, Addressing Culture 46
  • Part II - Underlying Themes 87
  • Chapter 3 - Psychiatry and Mental Health from a Transcultural Perspective 89
  • Chapter 4 - Psychiatric Stigma and Racism 146
  • Part III - Changing Practice 169
  • Chapter 5 - Moving Forward 171
  • Chapter 6 - Future Prospects 208
  • References 218
  • Index 243
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