Volume 23, Number 3/4, September/December 2016

Table of Contents

Introduction

Unsettling Disciplines: Madness, Identity, Research, Knowledge

pp. 183-188
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Feature article

The Politics of ‘people with lived experience’ Experiential Authority and the Risks of Strategic Essentialism

pp. 189-201
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Commentaries

Experience as ‘expert’ knowledge: A Critical Understanding of Survivor Research in Mental Health

pp. 203-205
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Experience, madness theory, and politics

pp. 207-210
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Response

Disciplines, difference, and representational authority: Making Moves Through Inclusionary Practices

pp. 211-214
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Feature article

In dialogue with conventional narrative research in psychiatry and mental health

pp. 215-228
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Commentaries

Heterogeneities of experience, positionality, and method in user/survivor research

pp. 229-232
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Narrative research and service user/survivor stories: A New Frontier for Research Ethics?

pp. 233-236
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Response

Establishing first-person knowledge of madness: Must This Undertaking Elide our Differences?

pp. 237-240
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Feature article

Benevolent othering: Speaking Positively About Mental Health Service Users

pp. 241-251
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Commentaries

Othering and its guises

pp. 253-256
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Fanon, photography, and the limits of social marketing campaigns

pp. 257-260
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Response

Dialogue with others

pp. 261-264
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Feature article

Ethical and political implications of the turn to stories in suicide prevention

pp. 265-276
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Commentaries

Telling stories

pp. 277-279
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Responding to suicide

pp. 281-284
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Response

Stories of suicide and social justice

pp. 285-287
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Feature article

Theorizing resistance: Foucault, Cross-Cultural Psychiatry, and the User/Survivor Movement

pp. 289-299
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Commentaries

The psychiatric hegemon and the limits of resistance

pp. 301-303
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Cross-cultural psychiatry and the user/survivor movement in the context of global mental health

pp. 305-308
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Response

Politics and mental health

pp. 309-311
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Concluding commentary

Can we co-produce reality, normality, and a world that has meaning for all?

pp. 313-321
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About the Authors

pp. 323-326
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