Impact of Coercive Measures on Life Stories: Qualitative Study
The British journal of psychiatry : the journal of mental science 2011 Sep; 199(3): 239-44
How people integrate the experience of involuntary hospital admission and treatment into their life narrative has not been explored systematically. Aims: To establish a typology of coercion perspectives and styles of integration into life stories.
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