The privatisation of anxiety: Wellness, self-help and the resilience doctrine

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Smith, Angela
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Hay, Ashley
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2021
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Angela Smith examines the relationship between neoliberalism and the wellbeing industry, arguing that the two work to privatise anxiety, isolate sufferers and normalise systemic social and political problems as something only the individual can solve.

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States of Mind
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