Residential living

Jen Collins
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BLOCK 4 Mind Map on Residential living, created by Jen Collins on 05/22/2013.

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1 can be compared to institutional living
2 can be depersonalised and dehumanised
3 Erving Goffman 1961, ASYLUMS
3.1 TOTAL INSTITUTIONS
3.1.1 4 main characterisitic
3.1.1.1 1. BATCH LIVING: people treated as if all the same, no individuality
3.1.1.2 2. BINARY MANAGMENT: staff and residents (inmates) kept seperate by 2 different sets of rules
3.1.1.3 3. THE INMATE ROLE: on admission person stripped of past lives. Have a new identity imposed on them that INST has chosen for them
3.1.1.4 4. INSTITUTIONAL PERSPECTIVE: the inst way of life takes over and determines residents (inmates) and staffs experiences and perspectives. Often via events designed to forge sense of community
3.1.2 A total Inst is a place of work or living with many people in the same situation, cut off from wider society, an enclosed formal way of life
4 Russel Barton 1959 INSTITUTIONAL NEUROSIS
4.1 institutional enviro itself can have a negative effect causing
4.1.1 apathy, submissivness and resignation to the situation
4.1.1.1 causes
4.1.1.1.1 loss contact with ourtside world
4.1.1.1.2 enforced idleness (wrd routine)
4.1.1.1.3 bossiness of staff
4.1.1.1.4 loss friends, possessions etc
4.1.1.1.5 ward atmosphere, e.g: poor furniture, small and dirt
4.2 when people experience neglect and deprivation and a poor physical enviro and monotony of inst life they become depressed and unmotivated

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