Fathers, Fatherhood and Mental Illness
Fathers, Fatherhood and Mental Illness provides the first book-length study of fathers' experiences of mental illness, arguing that a discourse analytic focus upon the experience of mental illness is relevant both to social scientists and mental health scholars and practitioners. Dariusz Galasi?ski is Professor of Discourse and Cultural Studies at the University of Wolverhampton, UK, and Visiting Professor at the University of Social Sciences and Humanities, Poland. His books include Language of Deception, Cultural Studies and Discourse Analysis (co-author), Men and the Language of Emotions, The Language of Belonging (co-author) and Men's Discourses of Depression.
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