November 25, 2013 To Rebel Is Justified: Toward the Modern History of Psychiatry
, Seidosha, 434p. ISBN-10:4791767446 ISBN-13:978-4791767441 2800yen + tax [amazon]
How has the modern society faced people with mental disabilities?
During 1960s there were movements concerning criticisms against psychiatric medicine. Those movements, which also related to the student movement (i.e., the demise of the university), acutely criticized and denounced the existing medical care, which tried to adapt patients to the society.
In this book the author examines the actual conditions both of the trend of the group which was named as "rebellion" and of the side which was criticized by the group through a huge amount of literature.
Especially, the author considers what kinds of gropes, achievements, and setbacks the youth of eminent doctors, such as Minoru Kamata, Hisao Nakai, and Joji Kandabashi by examining open ward, questions to medical therapy and life therapy, and criticisms against lobotomy.
This book is the author's mark as well as a notable work since it is worth reading as the history of criticism against psychiatry in Japan and it also leads to current care theory for persons with disabilities.
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During 1960s there were movements concerning criticisms against psychiatric medicine. Those movements, which was deeply involved in the social revolution movement, occurred as acute rebellion to the existing system and medical care. Denunciation against lobotomy, electric shock therapy led to trial of open ward and development of practice of local medical care. This book is deals with the modern history which sticks the knife into the still-invisible relationship between psychiatry and society by examining relevant parties' witnesses and a huge amount of literature.
■Table of Contents
■１ Prehistory/What Was Already Stated（Chapter 1）
■２ Rebellion: Episode and Addendum（Chapter 2）
■３ Various Therapies, Especially Late Criticisms against Lobotomy（Chapter 3）
■４ Over "Life Therapy"（Chapter 4）
■５ What Was Said/What Can Be Said（Chapter 5）
■■Chapter 1 Prehistory/What Was Already Stated
■１ Kikigaki Bunto Ichidai (BUND Biography)
■２ People at the Time of the Japan-US Security Treaty in 1960 and Local Medical Care
■３ What Was Regarded not Doing Well under Psychiatry
■４ NAKAI Hisao Nihon no Isha (Doctors in Japan)
■５ Some Trials of "Open" etc.
■６ Disadvantageous People
■■Chapter 2 Rebellion: Episode and Addendum
■１ People who Started Rebellion and Their Political-Activity Bond
■２ Experiences at Hospitals
■３ 1969/ Annual Meeting of the Japanese Society of Psychiatry and Neurology in Kanazawa
■４ From Kansai
■５ "Red Brick Ward"/Reports concerning Hirose Case/Ustunomiya Hospital Incident
■６ Council at Kyoto University
■７ "Anti-Psychiatric Medicine"？
■■Chapter 3 Various Therapies, Especially Late Criticisms against Lobotomy
■１ Various Therapies
■２ Insulin Therapy etc. and Economy
■４ Electric Shock Treatment
■５ Medical Therapy
■６ Lobotomy Incident/Trial: Outline
■７ (1)Lobotomy Trial at Hokuzen Hospital（Sapporo Lobotomy Incident）
■８ (2)Nagoya M Lobotomy Incident
■９ (3)Lobotomy Incident at Yokote Kosei Hospital
■10 (4)Hirosaki Lobotomy Trial
■11 Lobotomy Murder Case
■12 What Was Finally Done at This Time
■■Chapter 4 Over "Life Therapy"
■１ Life Therapy
■２ Matsuzawa Hospital
■３ National Musashi Sanatorium/Showa University Hospital (Karasuyama Hospital)
■４ What Started as Set and Became Popular
■５ Japanese Society of General Hospital Psychiatry etc.
■６ How to Divide it into Two
■７ Akiyama and Fujisawa at Musashi Clinic
■８ Akimoto's "Theory"
■９ "Logic" of Fujisawa and Akimoto
■10 What Is Excluded
■11 Illness Stage
■12 What Is Sought in Spite of Hard Life
■■Chapter 5 What Was Said/What Can Be Said
■１ For Whom and for What
■２ OZAWA Isao
■３ Stating Society in This Society
■４ YOSHIDA Osami
■５ Understanding of Stagnation？〜Affirmation of the Age/Thought？
■９ Acts to Differences and Discrepancy and Inconveniences concerning Differences
■10 Other Harms ＋ System
■11 Next Workings/People
■12 To the Present