- Title Pages
- About the authors
- One Unreasonable adjustments? Applying disability policy to madness and distress
- Two What we talk about when we talk about disability: making sense of debates in the European user/survivor movement
- Three Inconvenient complications: on the heterogeneities of madness and their relationship to disability
- Four Unsettling impairment: mental health and the social model of disability
- Five Towards a socially situated model of mental distress
- Six The Capabilities Approach and the social model of mental health
- Seven Psycho-emotional disablism in the lives of people experiencing mental distress
- Eight Psycho-emotional disablism, complex trauma and women’s mental distress
- Nine Linking ‘race’, mental health and a social model of disability: what are the possibilities?
- Ten Social models of disability and sexual distress
- Eleven The social model of disability and suicide prevention
- Twelve Advancing the rights of users and survivors of psychiatry using the UN Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities
- Thirteen UN Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities: out of the frying pan into the fire? Mental health service users and survivors aligning with the disability movement
- Fourteen The global politics of disablement: assuming impairment and erasing complexity
- Fifteen Disabilities, colonisation and globalisation: how the very possibility of a disability identity was compromised for the ‘insane’ in India
- Sixteen Neurodiversity: bridging the gap between the disabled people’s movement and the mental health system survivors’ movement?
- Seventeen Distress and disability: not you, not me, but us?
- Eighteen ‘It’s complicated’: blending disability and mad studies in the corporatising university
- Nineteen Solidarity across difference: organising for democratic alliances
- Twenty Beyond the horizon: the landscape of madness, distress and disability
- Madness, distress and the politics of disablement
- Policy Press
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