UNLIMITED BOOK ☆ Tımarhaneler: Akıl Hastalarının ve Kapatılmış Diğer Kişilerin Toplumsal Durumu Üzerine Denemeler - by Erving Goffman Ebru Arıcan #2020


  • Title: Tımarhaneler: Akıl Hastalarının ve Kapatılmış Diğer Kişilerin Toplumsal Durumu Üzerine Denemeler
  • Author: Erving Goffman Ebru Arıcan
  • ISBN: 9786058446694
  • Page: 125
  • Format: Paperback

  • Tımarhaneler: Akıl Hastalarının ve Kapatılmış Diğer Kişilerin Toplumsal Durumu Üzerine Denemeler By Erving Goffman Ebru Arıcan Patolojik olan, bir i leyi bozuklu udur esas nda Bir eyin, bir nesnenin, bir organ n normal i leyi inden uzakla mas , sapmas h lidir, k sacas ili kiseldir Psikiyatrist de, aynen bir saat tamircisi veya d hiliyeci gibi, bu t rden bir patoloji tan m ndan hareket eder, ancak bir farkla Yelkovan n gerekti i gibi d nmemesi veya b bre in beklenen enzimleri salg lamamas ePatolojik olan, bir i leyi bozuklu udur esas nda Bir eyin, bir nesnenin, bir organ n normal i leyi inden uzakla mas , sapmas h lidir, k sacas ili kiseldir Psikiyatrist de, aynen bir saat tamircisi veya d hiliyeci gibi, bu t rden bir patoloji tan m ndan hareket eder, ancak bir farkla Yelkovan n gerekti i gibi d nmemesi veya b bre in beklenen enzimleri salg lamamas esasen teknik bir meseleyken, uygunsuz addedilen bir davran bi imi ekseriyetle ahlaki bir meseledir Normal patolojik ayr m n n s n rlar art k burada bir idrak kategorisinin s n rlar d r da Te his k lt rel manada etnosentrik, bir olma bi imini tan mlamas manas nda da ziyadesiyle politiktir Tan m koyan, tasnifleyen ve de kapatan bir iktidar dilinin mek n d r buras.G ndelik hayat n ince k vr mlar n n k vrak zek l g zlemcisi Erving Goffman, bu kez bu dilin yuvas na, bir total kurum olarak ak l hastanelerinin o kendine has d nyas na g t r yor bizi Hapishaneler, toplama kamplar , k lalar gibi di er t rden g zetim kurumlar n da kapsayan total kurumlar, benli i k rmaya ve d n t rmeye y nelik neredeyse do al bir deney, bir insan seras olarak k yor kar m za Uzak diyarlardaki gizemli bir kabilenin izinde sahaya inen merakl ve ku kucu bir etnograf edas yla, do rudan St Elizabeths Ak l Hastanesinde y r t yor al mas n Goffman Orada al yor, ya yor, g zlemliyor, soruyor yleyse, ba ka t rden bir sosyal bilim prati ini maharetli ve ezber bozucu ama bir o kadar emek ve birikim isteyen bir saha mesaisini i aret etmesi a s ndan da bir klasik eser T marhaneler Orijinal bask s 1961 T rk e s yleni i ise 2015 54 y l aradan sonra buyursunlar efendim
    Erving Goffman Ebru Arıcan
    Erving Goffman June 11, 1922 November 19, 1982 was a Canadian born sociologist and writer.Considered the most influential American sociologist of the twentieth century Fine, Manning, and Smith 2000 ix , as a subjective analyst, Goffman s greatest contribution to social theory is his study of symbolic interaction in the form of dramaturgical analysis that began with his 1959 book The Presentation of Self in Everyday Life Goffman s other areas of study included social order and interaction, impression management, total institutions, social organization of experience, and stigmas Some of the influences on his works include Durkheim, Freud, Mead, Radcliffe Brown, and Simmel.In 2007 Goffman was listed as the 6th most cited intellectual in the humanities and social sciences by The Times Higher Education Guide, behind Anthony Giddens and ahead of J rgen Habermas 1 Goffman was also named the 73rd president of the American Sociological Association Goffman is cited today from his books than during his time Writers today use his ideas to examine the relationship between individual behavior and the reproduction of social systems.

    Tımarhaneler: Akıl Hastalarının ve Kapatılmış Diğer Kişilerin Toplumsal Durumu Üzerine Denemeler By Erving Goffman Ebru Arıcan

    Commentaires:

    Trevor
    Just in passing the edition I read had a much better cover, the black and white photograph of a woman s hands covering her face with a cigarette between her fingers pretty much summed up my feelings about this book.There is a sentence in Moab is My Wash Pot where Stephen Fry, at least, I m nearly positive he s not quoting someone else, says that it is easier for someone who has been to a public boarding school to be in prison than it is for anybody else in society Not the most endearing advertis [...]

    Rob
    one of the most subtle, restrained, ferocious diatribes i have ever read you can feel the fire roiling deep underneath the text, piercing the surface in quick flashes should be required reading for all schoolteachersur long essays stemming from a year 1955 56 Goffman spent observing the daily operation of a huge 7000 inmates mental hospital they were published separately, and in fact the first two are skippable interesting at moments, but suffering from a great weight of psychobabble about the S [...]

    Cat
    m not a sociologist, a student of sociology or really, even that interested in sociology I read about this book in David Orland s, Prisons Houses of Darkness, where Orland often referred to Goffman s work in this book I was not disappointed.Goffman uses a mixture of field observation and references to literature to describe and critisize the theory and practice of the Total Institution As the reviewers note below, a total institution is an elastic concept Goffman focuses on strong examples of T. [...]

    Anne
    An astute set of essays on the ways people find to maintain a self within an institution whose purpose is to control a person s every activity Full of glancing observations of the strange ways people seek status, or worry about losing it, for example this passage about a customer of a service business such as a repair shop The client thinks, Is this server really competent Is he acting in my own interests Is he overcharging Is he discreet Is he secretly contemptuous of me because of the state in [...]

    Sary Fairchild
    It was easier to read this book if I kept reminding myself that it was written in the 1950 s Psychiatric hospitals are nothing like this nowadays But I appreciate they used to be different Anyhow, I don t like that Goffman made some jabs at psychiatric nurses, implying that they are the nurses who didn t know how to draw blood apparently, this is all that nurses do and so couldn t get a job anywhere else I think this guy needs to spend a day as a psychiatric nurse and see if he changes his mind [...]

    Natalie (weneedhunny)
    Read for school I especially found the essay concerning the life inside prisons to be of interest, although some things certainly were hard to read especially concerning shaming and degrading actions Some parts of the book are definitely outdated but a lot of the general points are still relevant.

    Bill H.
    This was assigned for a college course called Alienation and Mental Illness An interesting look at how the conditions and treatment of in patient psychiatric hospitals strip one of their sense of self to the extent that the appearance of illness is greatly enhanced.

    Taruia
    One of the seminal texts of the area where Goffman describes and analyses the total institution such as asylums, but which also may include prisons, schools, arms camps or POW camps If you are a prisons buff reading this in conjunction with Sykes is a useful endeavour for a rounded explanation of the topic.

    Rori.Cantall
    dated like a motherfucker however, the first essay still holds weight well enough where it comes to describing and denoting goffman s view of total institutions.

    Caroline
    Goffman spent time in a mental institution and documented his experiences from the patient s point of view What started out as reminiscent of One Flew Over the Cuckoo s Nest quickly turned to problematic similarities between mental institutions and concentration camps Other total institutions that Goffman compared to mental institutions were religious monasteries, military camps, and prisons It is interesting to compare institutions like mental institutions, concentration camps, and prisons wher [...]

    Tara
    I finally finished this book The essays in the book can be read separately or all together They each can stand alone and say a lot about the mental illness system and psychiatry.Goffman is great I have known about this book for years, and I fianlly got around to reading it After I read Stigma, I wanted to read Goffman.Asylums is a book of Essays based upon Goffman s sociological work in total institutions, particularly mental hospitals The essay on the characteristics of total institutions is a [...]

    Magnus
    Goffmann sets out to do a Micro interactive analysis of what he describes as one of the primary total institutions of modern times the Asylum The Asylum takes us trough the different perspectives o the patients, the staff, and therapists as they interact in these tightly structured environments, shaming all that presupposes that micro interactionist s cannot deal with macro structures of social life A pleasant read, especially the last chapter on the different, non converging, interests that has [...]

    Marie
    Considered a seminal work on the subject and an influence in the deinstitutionalization of America s mentally ill.The first essay of the four that make up the book was the hardest to get through, because the author tries to define total institutions as a class, using a wide range of examples from mental hospitals to concentration camps and prisons and monestaries and naval vessels The other three essays deal almost exclusively with mental hospitals and felt stronger for it, particularly when the [...]

    Yang
    Okay, I got his idea about social roles and identity through organizational participation I was just so surprised that in the 1960s, monastery could be treated or less as parallels to institutions such as mental hospitals and even prisons as Goffman did not have trouble of quoting biographical accounts of monks nuns and prisoners simultaneously Were the monks and nuns the same sort of inmate as the patients he discussed at length well, of course, the sort of long term psychiatric hospital proba [...]

    Scott Sheaffer
    I read this for a history class while in college I was in a religious scholarship program that functioned as a cult The 12 students receiving the scholarship were not allowed to attend any social events outside the group and were or less prevented from interfacing with society outside the program As far as I could see there was no relevance between this book and the history we were studying It s possible that the professor suggest I and I alone report on this book to help me to gain insight to [...]

    Daniela
    Here Goffman defines the concept of a total institution a place where all activities are done in the same place, carried out around others, tightly scheduled, and done according to a plan The places can be as distinct as nursing homes, elite boarding schools, and asylums The major players are the inmates and the staff He argues that the self is take from the individual in a total institution The inmates use subversive behavior, situational withdrawal, colonization, and conversion to cope with th [...]

    Starleigh
    This is the most useful book that I read during my entire university education Reading this book helped me see everyday institutional interactions in a whole new way and helped me understand power and authority in modern society Celia Haig Brown referenced this book when writing Resistance and Renewal Surviving the Indian Residential School I think that this book would be useful for anyone who want to understand social control, oppression, and power in society.

    Sal
    The description of the asylum as an institution is dated we don t call them asylums much nowadays, though I did hear nuthouse yesterday Still, the connections that Goffman makes between the way life is organized in the mental institution and the way that the patients react to this is really eye opening If you ve been a patient, work in such a place, or are a social scientist interested in the way institutions affect their members, this will be worthwhile.

    Christopher
    Probably the most insightful thing I ve read on mental hospitals Based on extensive participant observation at a mental hospital in Washington, D.C Goffman tries to describe the moral career of the mental patient, which articulates the process all patients experience, often painfully, as their old self is problematized and then systematically stripped away.

    Masha
    This book is an honest and starteling look at what its like for the individuals that live in a totally controlled environment It shows the similarities between groups of people one would never compare such as mental patients and boarding school students and discusses the effects of a total institution on their psyche.

    Elsie
    Good description of what goes on in the asylum, and makes the necessary claim that the asylum is the total institution like the prison, boarding school, cloister Good description of HOW these institutions exist But WHY do they exist A much important question He should have waited a year and read Foucault.

    Rallie
    A very useful little book, if somewhat dated especially in terminology The section on secondary adjustments to life in total institutions is particularly interesting in that it forces room for the voices and actions of inmates to be read as autonomous rather than simply the reactions of objects put into a particular type of machine.

    Nadine
    A very important book It critically examines how the labels we give to people can result in self fulfilling prophecies The book is especially pertinent when it comes to the treatment of people from marginalized groups such as people from lower socioeconomic classes, racial ethnic minorities, people who have been diagnosed with mental illnesses and others who are considered to be deviant.

    Bill Kasakoff
    This is a scholarly work Some sections are very upsetting.

    Jeff Keehr
    I read this in 1979 and I have no memory of it but I must have enjoyed it because i went on to read The Presentation of the Self in Everyday Life a year later.

    Graham
    I hate reactionary field observation sociology with a passion, but this is a handy book to read just in case you end up in one of these places.

    Jaime
    It s amazing how what he s written about continues to be relevant to this very day.

    Nina (Death, Books, and Tea)
    Interesting, but hard to read.

    Jane
    Yeah, it was for class But it was still pretty interesting And depressing.

    Tara
    This one blew my mind as much as One Flew Over the Cuckoo s Nest fictional story based on the state of the mental health residential system did.

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