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Matthew M. Heaton

their products treat and blurring the line between patient and market. 7 However, the pharmaceutical industry’s motivation for inserting itself into debates about mental health and illness is in many ways much more direct and its impact much more obvious than that of Elder Dempster. This chapter thus seeks to look ‘beyond the state’ by expanding upon the understanding of the indirect role that capitalist enterprises

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Looking beyond the state
Anna Greenwood

preconditions for a patient’s return by ensuring that the mental health infrastructure was in place for their care. This highlights the intricate tripartite negotiations that had to occur, both within and beyond the state, to facilitate the repatriation of those regarded as being insane. This three-way dialogue simultaneously reinforced fundamentally racist ideas of the periphery of Empire (i.e. the

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The intellectual influence of non-medical research on policy and practice in the Colonial Medical Service in Tanganyika and Uganda
Shane Doyle

World Health Organization , 12, 3, 1955 , pp. 471–5; Ainsworth, Infancy in Uganda , p. 1. Cf. J. Bowlby, Maternal Care and Mental Health , Geneva, 2nd edn., World Health Organization, Monograph Series, No. 2, 1952 . Ainsworth observed that weaning was not always as abrupt as it was reputed to be. 58 M. Geber, ‘The Psycho-Motor Development

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Crucial collaboration, hidden conflicts
Markku Hokkanen

civilisation, education and Christianity was dangerous for African mental health, thereby inferring (among other things) that is was better that the African insane were removed from missionary influences. 23 Government medical services expanded considerably during the interwar years. In 1921, the government medical staff treated 19,000 African cases; and by 1937, 729,000 cases were treated, with medical

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