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- Fictional Narrative: Doing their best
- 1 Values, evidence, conflict
- 2 What counts as evidence?
- Fictional Narrative: The miracle drug
- 3 The battle for acceptance: Defining the relationship between medicine and the world of madness and distress
- Fictional Narrative: The ring
- 4 Foregrounding contexts: What kinds of understanding are appropriate in the world of mental illness?
- Fictional Narrative: Losing Peter
- 5 Mind, language, and meaning
- Fictional Narrative: Beetles
- 6 Ethics before technology: Is ‘treatment’ the best way to think about mental health work?
- 7 Narrative and the ethics of representation
- 8 Meaning and recovery
- 9 Citizenship and the politics of identity
- 10 Are you local?: Responding to the challenge of globalization in mental health
- Fictional Narrative: The veil