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by James A. Holstein
He then undertook a description of the interpretive practice under which the courts . Holstein's book is also concerned with social organization and culture
He then undertook a description of the interpretive practice under which the courts determined whether or not "candidate patients" should be committed against their will to institutions for the mentally ill. He has approached these hearings as a conversational analyst, examining the interaction among judges, lawyers, psychiatrists, and the patients themselves. Holstein's book is also concerned with social organization and culture.
This book analyzes how hearing participants construct and organize. It argues that commitment decisions orient to the "tenability" of situations that patients pose as alternatives to hospitalization.
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1. Interpretive Practice and Involuntary Commitment 2. Analyzing Involuntary Commitment 3. Decision-Making in Context: Outlook and Orientations 4. The Sequential Organization of Commitment Hearings 5. The Conversational Organization of Competence and Incompetence 6. Troubles, Tenability, and the Placement of Insanity 7. Mental Illness Assumptions 8. Constructing Tenability: Interpretive Practice in Cultural Context 9. "Action That Divides".
Social constructionism Social problems Claimsmaking Marginalization . Interactional dynamics in public problems marketplaces. New York: Aldine de Gruyter.
Social constructionism Social problems Claimsmaking Marginalization Inequality Critique. In J. A. Holstein & G. Miller (Ed., Challenges and choices: Constructionist perspectives on social problems (pp. 74–103). Ibarra, P. & Kitsuse, J. I. (2003).
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Marquette University. A definition of social problems is proposed as a generic phenomenon: the process by which members of groups or societies, through assertions of grievances and claims, define a putative condition as a social problem. Then a four-stage natural history model of social problems is described. In Stage One, groups assert the existence and offensiveness of some condtion.