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Emily Crilley Miss Burke Honors English 11 May 16, 2017 Annotated Bibliography Borinstein, A. B. Public Attitudes Toward Persons with Mental Illness. Health Affairs (1992): 186-96. HealthAffairs.org. Project Hope. Web. 16 May 2017. The goal of this article was to help raise public awareness toward people who suffer from any form of mental illness. The main objective was to shed light on the struggles many face in the public
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  Emily CrilleyMiss Burke Honors English 11May 16, 2017Annotated Bibliography Borinstein, A B ! ubli# Attitudes $o%ard ersons %ith Mental &llness!  Health Affairs  '1((2)* 1+6(6  HealthAffairs.org   ro-e#t Hope .eb 16 May 2017$he goal o/ this arti#le %as to help raise publi# a%areness to%ard people %ho su//er /romany /orm o/ mental illness $he main ob-e#tie %as to shed light on the struggles many/a#e in the publi# eye As deinstitutionaliation rapidly gre%, the publi# began to takemore o/ a aried stan#e %hen it #ame to mental health $he data sho%ed a diide amongst philosophies in approa#hing mental health ne side sho%ed sympathy to%ard those %itha mental illness $he other %as ignorant o/ the topi# or took a stan#e against the belie/ o/ e3isting mental health issues $he resear#h presented in this -ournal %as /ound based on astudy o/ seeral #ities in Ameri#a $he results o/ this surey sho% that the aerageAmeri#an is #loser to mental instability than they realie, as the number o/ peoplediagnosed in#reased rapidly $his study also sho%s the publi#4s opinion on mental healthin so#iety $he arti#le #on#ludes, leaing the reader dire#tions on ho% to #ontinue a studysu#h as the one they per/ormed $his arti#le almost per/e#tly des#ribes Ameri#a4s attitudeto%ard those %ith a mental illness in the late nineties &t goes in depth and presents manydi//erent mathemati#al #harts, graphs, and sureys to help the reader understand the publi# opinion $his sour#e is idea /or people to read %hen trying /ind the tone o/ publi#opinion on mental health illnesses  Crilley 2 Co#oa, 5oseph 5, and athleen  8ko%yra !9outh %ith Mental Health :isorders* &ssues and Emerging esponses!  Juvenile Justice  71 '2000)* ;1;  ERIC   .eb 17 May 2017er the past /e% years, -ueniles hae seen an in#rease in delin<uen#y and mental healthissues $hese t%o issues seemingly go hand in hand As these topi#s are being brought/or%ard to the state and /ederal leels, more <uestions are being asked about delin<uen#yand disorders 9outh in the -uenile systems e3perien#e more mental health disorders$here are many %ays to #orre#t these issues and allo% #hildren to e3perien#e morenormal#y .ith proper medi#ation and proper #are, these #hildren #ould lead #lose tonormal lies &n the publi# eye, mental disorders and bad behaior hae gone together$his is largely be#ause o/ the negatie things the #hildren are doing to re#eie attention$o preent bad behaior, the arti#le proides numerous treatments and %ays to #are /or #hildren su//ering $he author proides hope /or these delin<uents through arioustreatments and preention methods erall, this arti#le proides one author4s ie% ande3tensie resear#h they put in to dis#oer said ie% $he arti#le #ould assist one %ho may be inde#isie about the topi#, but it mostly proides one stan#e on mental health issues =ranta, Connor  Note to Self   >e% 9ork* ey%ords, 2017 rint$his book is signi/i#antly di//erent /rom the other mentioned sour#es $his book o//ersmany di//erent ie%s on mental health =irst, /or people %ithout mental health issues, this book o//ers insight into the mind o/ someone %ho /a#ed and /a#es mental health issues$he book o//ers insight and perspe#tie that you #ould only get /rom someone /a#ing#hallenges themseles Aboe all o/ the things it o//ers to those %ithout mental health  Crilley 3 issues, it o//ers help to those %ith mental health issues &t allo%s them an outlet to e3pressho% they are /eeling to others &t also sho%s them that they are not alone in their thoughtsand /eelings Most importantly, it #an help someone %ith a mental illness in many %aysthat are not easily understood by those %ho do not hae mental illnesses &t sho%s that astime progresses, things #hange $he more time passes, the more mental illnesses are be#oming a##epted $hey are also being talked about mu#h more $his is important progression /or those %ith mental illnesses and those #onstantly being diagnosed $his book sho%s a step in the right dire#tion ?ink, B @, 5 C helan, M Bresnahan, A 8tuee, and B A es#osolido ! ubli# Con#eptions o/ Mental &llness* ?abels, Causes, :angerousness, and 8o#ial :istan#e!  American Journal of Public Health  +(( '1((()* 1;2+;;;  American Public Health Association .eb 1+ May 2017&n this -ournal4s study, the authors %anted to gauge the publi# opinion on re#ogniing mental illnesses and ho% they treat those %ith mental illnesses A sele#ted group %eregien spe#i/i# pro/iles o/ /ie indiiduals =our o/ these /ie pro/iles met the do#tor4s#riteria /or a mental disorder ne %as -ust a troubled person $his study sho%ed thatthe ma-ority o/ people #ould easily identi/y ma-or depression and s#hiophrenia as mentalillnesses $he minority said that al#ohol and drugs %ere /a#tors that #ould lead to adisorder $he study sho%ed the resear#hers that people in so#iety asso#iate a mentaldisorder %ith iolent behaior $his sheds light into the negatie per#eption o/ those %ithmental illnesses $he study also mentions that this belie/ o/ mental disorders and iolent  Crilley 4  behaior being related #auses many to isolate the ill person $his pre#autionary a#tionsought as a solution by many #ould hae negatie e//e#ts on the mentally ill indiidual$he isolation makes the indiidual een more o/ an out#ast than they may hae /eltalready $he -ournal suggests that be/ore so#iety #an moe /or%ard, they must oerlook the per#eied danger o/ mentally ill indiiduals $his arti#le gie s hope o/ a slo%lyopening so#iety %here people %ith mental illnesses are not out#ast or looked do%n upon$he study gies more hope o/ an a##epting #ulture $his arti#le sho%s a progressie#hange in so#ietal per#eptions8kloot, ebe##a The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacs  >e% 9ork* Broad%ay, 2017 rint$his book proides another key ie% into mental health $he #ontrast bet%een this book and  Note To Self   by Connor =ranta, is that this book talks about the old ie% on mentalhealth &n the book, %e are sho%n Elsie, Henrietta ?a#k4s /irst daughter 8he is di//erentthan Henrietta4s other #hildren be#ause she had a mental illness .hen she be#ame toomu#h /or Henrietta to handle, she %as institutionalied $he ie% on mental health %asnot /riendly, and Elsie %as treated horribly 8he %as e3perimented on and %as most likelykilled in an epilepsy e3periment 8he %as also treated di//erently be#ause o/ her ethni#ity,%hi#h is another theme in the book $his terrible treatment sets the tone /or the ma-orityo/ the book and reading %hat happened to people in mental institutions %as #hallenging=or resear#h purposes, one might #ompare and #ontrast this book and the graphi#des#riptions to no% $he #hanges are easily isible to the reader .ith this #omparison,one #ould really see ho% /ar the publi# ie% on mental health has trans/ormed 
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