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Homo Solitum vs Utmattningsdepression - om diagnosernas makt att definiera den normala människan


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Title: Homo Solitum vs Utmattningsdepression - om diagnosernas makt att definiera den normala människan
Other Titles: Homo Solitum vs utmattningsdepression - about what the Diagnoses Refer to as Normality
Authors: Hedström Bokinge, Lou
Issue Date: 19-Dec-2016
Degree: Student essay
Keywords: homo solitum
utmattningsdepression
depression
identity
normality
diagnoses
symptoms
DSM
DSM–5
psykologiguiden.se
signs
melancholy
social construction
body
sleep
disease
medication
fatigue
loss
grief treatment
significant
characteristic
designation
FORTE
Forskningsrådet
Karin Johannisson
Ingemar Nilsson
Hans-Inge Peterson
Michel Foucault
Maria Björk
Gunilla Hallerstedt
Fredrik Svenaeus
market
social structure
search for identity
pharmaceutical
scapegoats
medical history
history of ideas
master's thesis
Lou Hedström Bokinge
utbrändhet
identitet
normalitet
diagnoser
symtom
tecken
melankoli
social konstruktion
kropp
sömn
sjukdom
medicinering
trötthet
förlust
sorgbearbetning
betecknande
beteckning
marknadsekonomin
samhällsstrukturer
identitetssökande
läkemedelsindustrin
syndabockar
medicinhistoria
idéhistoria
magisteruppsats
Abstract: In this study the definition of normality and whether it has been changed during modern times has been investigated. The basis for the investigation has been the symptoms of the Swedish diagnosis utmattningsdepression (fatigue depression). The study shows that these symptoms have been consistently documented during modern times, but with different labels and different definitions of normality or not normality. It has also been discovered that the responsibility for the symptoms have been move... more
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2077/50654
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