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404). The obvious people to provide that corrective are the patient's relatives who, on the basis of protective kinship, are expected to act on the patient's behalf and make decisions when the patient is unable to make them for himself. Relatives may be unreliable and protective kinship a volatile commodity. For, whilst some relatives may wish to protect patients, others may not - preferring to act for other reasons and in other interests. Some relatives, for reasons best known to themselves, may prefer someone else to act on their behalf.
So, the battle lines are drawn. Regrettably those descriptions given above are not hyperbolic but represent statements given time and again by social workers and GPs during my earlier research (Bean, 1980). Indeed the pettiness often meant that the patient was adversely affected by these unseemly squabbles. Behind it all there was, I suspect, something larger lurking, something more important: perhaps even competition for power and status. For, taken at face value, the complaints from both sides were reasonable enough: the GPs complained of a lack of professional deportment from the social workers, who in turn complained of exaggerated self importance in the GPs.
5) We have tended to accept that view - not always uncritically and not always with good grace, I would add, and sometimes with a sort of sullen resignation but generally speaking without rancour. There may be debates about the quality of the medical recommendations, about the form they should take, about the timing of the medical recommendations (that is whether they should precede or follow admission), but the medical recommendations remain the cornerstone of the admission procedure. There may also be debates about the numbers and qualifications of those who should be involved.
24 preludes and fugues for piano. by Shostakovich Dmitri.