SOC 210 Final Exam Review 1
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SOC 210 Final Exam Review 1

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Taylor Kovalycsik 12/1/11 Sociology 210 Final Review Terms 1. Moral Treatment- popularized in 1793 by Dr. Phillippe Pinel as a new way of caring for the mentally ill. He created asylums for patients, designed to rehabilitate and eventually release them back into the general public. 2. Myths about Mental Disorders- Mentally ill patients are extremely weird most patients with mental illness are hard to...

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Taylor Kovalycsik 12/1/11 Sociology 210 Final Review Terms 1. Moral Treatment- popularized in 1793 by Dr. Phillippe Pinel as a new way of caring for the mentally ill. He created asylums for patients, designed to rehabilitate and eventually release them back into the general public. 2. Myths about Mental Disorders- Mentally ill patients are extremely weird most patients with mental illness are hard to distinguish. mental illness hopeless most mental illnesses are manageable and can be overcome through

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