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Ritualizing Madness: Case Files as Sites of Enforced Performativity, 1894-1950
(Canadian Journal of Disability Studies, 2021)
In this article, I argue that case files kept by doctors, nurses, and attendants in Canadian Asylums, act as sites of performative madness enforced by the observer. In applying Foucauldian and performance theories, I look ...
ICT-Based Interventions for Women Experiencing Intimate Partner Violence: Research Needs in Usability and Mental Health
(BMC Public Health, 2020-09-07)
Intimate Partner Violence is a “global pandemic”. Meanwhile, information and communication technologies (ICT), such as the internet, mobile phones, and smartphones, are spreading worldwide, including in low- and middle-income ...