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This Book is in Good Condition. Clean Copy With Light Amount of Wear. 100% Guaranteed. Summary: If No Asylum: State Psychiatric Repression in the Former USSR, Theresa C. Smith and Thomas A. Oleszczuk offer the first detailed account of psychiatric abuses in the USSR, based on more that 700 well-substantiated individual cases, presenting incontrovertible evidence that these abuses did occur. Comparing the diagnostic methods adopted by most countries with those of the Soviet Union, Smith and Oleszczuk identify ways in which Soviet practice differed from that of other countries who used psychiatric diagnosis for political reasons. They argue that healthy people in the USSR were not detained idiosyncratically or occasionally but systematically, at predictable times. Detentions followed behavior critical of the government, religious observances, and actions advocating prohibited causes. Forced hospitalizations took place on a scale corresponding to the activity level of the dissident movement. Concluding with a chapter on developments under Gorbachev and Yeltsin, Smith and Oleszczuk maintain that although politically-motivated psychiatric detentions virtually ceased as the Soviet Union fragmented, it is too early to write an epitaph for psychiatric abuse. Codice inventario libreria

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Boris Vinokurov, of Gostelradio in the former Soviet Union, was found insane, along with his wife and daughter, after he called prematurely for a bipartisan economy and communication system. The Ukranian mathematician Leonid Ivanovich Plyushch was arrested and diagnosed as schizophrenic with messianic and reformist delusions, after helping found the Action Group for the Defense of Human Rights. He spent nearly four years in psychiatric detention, where he survived massive doses of drugs, and lived to emigrate in 1978.

There is little doubt that the Soviet state frequently hospitalized healthy individuals, either involuntarily or voluntarily admitted by relatives and others, for political activity or religious observance. All too frequently, political activists would come down with acute cases of asymptomatic psychiatric conditions that were purported to require detainment and heavy medication. Forced hospitalizations took place on a scale corresponding to the activity level of the dissident movement. In No Asylum: State Psychiatric Repression in the former USSR, Theresa C. Smith and Thomas A. Oleszczuk offer the first detailed quantitative study of psychiatric abuses in the USSR, based on more than 700 well-substantiated individual cases.

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Theresa C. Smith is Professor of International Relations and Foreign Policy at Mankato State University in Minnesota, the author of Trojan Peace: Some Deterrence Propositions Tested, and editor of Security vs. Survival: The Nuclear Arms Race.



Thomas A. Oleszczuk is Associate Director of Computing and Information Technology at New York University's Stern School of Business and the author of Political Justice in the USSR.

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