Darja Zaviršek (6 Beiträge)

Service Users Involvement In Research And Teaching

Is There A Place For It In Eastern European Social Work

Autor:innen - Darja Zaviršek, Petra Videmšek

Copyright: © Zaviršek und Videmšek 2009

Aufspieldatum: 13.10.2015

Critical Commentary: Social Work with Adults with Disabilities

An International Perspective

Autor:in - Darja Zaviršek

Copyright: © Darja Zaviršek 2009

Aufspieldatum: 17.06.2015

Between Formal and Actual Rights of People with Intellectual Disabilities in Slovenia

Autor:innen - Darja Zaviršek, Sven Hessle

Copyright: © Darja Zaviršek, Sven Hessle 2005

Aufspieldatum: 08.01.2014

Disabled Women Everyday Citizenship Rights in East Europe:

Examples from Slovenia

Autor:in - Darja Zaviršek

Copyright: © Darja Zaviršek 2006

Aufspieldatum: 14.01.2013

A Historical Overview of Women's Hysteria in Slovenia

Autor:in - Darja Zaviršek

Copyright: © Darja Zaviršek 2007

Aufspieldatum: 16.07.2012

Zusammenfassung: The article is a discursive analysis of medical, ecclesiastic and lay articles on women's hysteria published in Slovenia between 1877 and 1935. The analysis shows which discourses of women's hysteria dominated across Europe at the turn of the century and how they influenced the construction of the image of female biological and mental inferiority. Special attention is paid to the issue of how far the medical discourse on hysteria helped to justify the gendered division between the public and private realm. The article presents the wider framework of the medicalization of women across Europe at that time, and tries to trace the ideas which mostly influenced medical doctors in Slovenia. The medical construction of women's hysteria has to be understood in conjunction with the construction of the social space in which segregation of 'social deviants' took place. The spread of hysteria went hand in hand with the psychiatric institutionalization, the pathologization of sexuality and the eugenic movements which appeared in different parts of Europe, to differing degrees, but which all influenced and gendered the everyday life of women and men.

Communities of Gatekeepers and Communities of Advocates:

Being Disabled in Eastern Europe

Autor:in - Darja Zaviršek

Copyright: © Darja Zaviršek 2007

Aufspieldatum: 19.04.2012

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