By Anne Rogers, David Pilgrim
A former BMA scientific e-book of the yr award winner, this e-book presents a sociological research of significant components of psychological future health and illness.
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This fallacy may be particularly evident in large cities, such as London, containing many socially ‘mixed’ areas. We explore the impact of place further in Chapter 6 but here we can note that where we live is one factor that determines the quality and extent of our immediate networks. Relationships are a good predictor of both the emergence and re-emergence of mental health problems (and inversely explain much of the time why people do 28 A Sociology of Mental Health and Illness not develop such problems).
The latter may be more plausible because it does not reify dubious diagnostic groups (see Chapter 1) but simply recognizes that psychotic functioning, for example, brings with it particular forms of marginalization and oppression in societies dominated by concerns of rationality and economic efficiency. The relationship between social class and diagnosed mental illness Despite attempts to change sociological classification, class remains a predictable correlate of mental ill health, whether we adopt the new version noted above or default to older versions of social stratification.
This chapter will explore various aspects of that consistent relationship. It will cover: • • • • • • the general relationship between social class and health status; the relationship between social class and diagnosed mental illness; social capital and mental health; the relationship between poverty and mental health status; social class and mental health professionalism; lay views about mental health and social class. The general relationship between social class and health status Establishing the relationship between social and economic conditions and poor mental health has been a dominant trend in social psychiatry and sociology.
A sociology of mental health and illness by Anne Rogers, David Pilgrim