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Madness Radio
Jonathan Metzl
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Aug. 2, 2010, 4:48 p.m.
Metzl's new book delves into the history of schizophrenia as a disease. From its beginnings as a housewife's disease the symptoms of which included lack of enthusiasm for housework, to schizophrenia as it's understood today. Along the way, there has been a higher correlation of diagnoses among African American males that began with the civil rights movement and continues until this day. What is schizophrenia? How does it relate to racism and the anger necessary for social change? These are just a few questions provocatively discussed in this episode of Madness Radio.
Will Hall, Jonathan Metzl

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