Monthly archive for ‘ November, 2013 ’

Resource Week 12

12th November 2013 | 0 Comments

In “A Ritual for being Born Twice”: Sylvia Plath’s ‘The Bell Jar’ by Marjorie G. Perloff and Sylvia Plath explains the experience and reasoning for Plath’s mental breakdown. ‘The Bell Jar’ was significant because it dealt with her nervous breakdown and her attempted suicide. The article also explains this particular poem’s popularity because of the […]


Moview Review of Changeling

6th November 2013 | 0 Comments

Changeling begins with Christine Collins, a single mom with a nine-year-old son named Walter in 1928. Christine is called into work and has to leave Walter at home. When she returns home she finds Walter is missing. There is no sign of Walter and Christine calls the LAPD. Twenty-four hours later the report is filed […]


Resource Post Week 11

5th November 2013 | 0 Comments

In Judith Cook’s Who “Mothers” the Chronically Mentally Ill, includes the study of how treatment for the mentally ill became deinstitutionalized and is still becoming more that way. After reading Grob this week I was interested in the Feminist Therapy and this article supports that theory by suggesting that mothers should be supported with their […]


Resource Week 10

4th November 2013 | 0 Comments

In this article, Integration and Inclusion-A Troubling Nexus: Race, Disability, and Education, the authors discuss how segregation, not just by color have affected American children but also segregation of disabilities whether it be blindness, cerebral palsy and even children who are said to be “retarded.” However, they also discuss the view of skin color as […]