Article ID: CBB000075654

The architecture of psychological management: The Irish asylums (1801-1922) (1996)

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Description “This analysis examines some of the psychological, philosophical, and sociological motives behind the development of pauper lunatic asylum architecture in Ireland during the time of the Anglo-Irish union (1801-1922).”


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Authors & Contributors
Gates, Barbara T.
Barrow, Logie
Kitteringham, Guy
Anderson, Robert D.
Finnane, Mark
Street, Brian V.
Journals
Journal of the History of the Behavioral Sciences
History Workshop. A Journal of Socialist Historians
Bulletin of the History of Medicine
Notes and Records: The Royal Society Journal of the History of Science
History of Psychiatry
Continuity: A Journal of History
Publishers
Clarendon Press
Croom Helm
Routledge & Kegan Paul
Princeton University Press
Concepts
Science
Forensic medicine
Suicide
Education
Iron and steel
Ceramics; pottery
People
Bright, Richard
Du Chaillu, Paul
Clouston, Thomas Smith
Bloxam, Charles Loudon
Shelley, Mary Wollstonecraft
Huxley, Thomas Henry
Places
British Isles
Times
19th century
Institutions
Guy's Hospital, London
Royal Edinburgh Asylum
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