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What were some of the positive and the negative effects of the deinstitutionalization of people with mental illness for the patients as well as society in general?
Weegy: What were some of the positive and the negative effects of the deinstitutionalization of people with mental illness for the patients as well as society in general? Answer: Well first off there was a mental health movement called [ deinstitutionalization, in which people where taken out of institutional mental health facilities and given treatment in their own communities. Positive: It is second to most restrictive place for treatment (prison is the most restrictive). The patient have limit rights, but are in a more therapeutic setting. Negative: Basically the same reason as I stated before. Source(s): I studied this in my Intro into Social Work class (I'm in college and a social work major and a psychology minor) ] (More)
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do the environment of people in a lower social class contributes to more mental illness? explain
Weegy: No, I don't believe the social class matters on the issue of mental illness. Mental illness is mostly dependent on the health of their mother or father when they are pregnant with their offspring. [ Stress or mental illness from before could lead to more mental illness to their offspring when they give birth. ] (More)
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what are some of the ways society and pressures in society might contribute to individuals getting heart disease? User: is it surprising that heart disease is the current leading cause of death in the united states? User: do the environment of those in a lower class contributes to more mental illness? Explain.
Weegy: It would seem to me that the environment of those in a lower class could contribute to more mental illness. [ If you are part of a lower class, that means you may not have all the support and material to help the mental illness in the first place, not providing enough attention to the actual problem. ] (More)
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