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This folder has tips, ideas, suggestions about using wikipedia, in its spirit of open information, to disseminate information about human rights and alternatives in the mental health system.

DynamicPage What is Wikipedia and Why Should We Care ?
This MindFreedom page discusses the rather unique internet encyclopedia - wikipedia.org. Sub-pages discuss: How to monitor wikipedia articles that you care about for accuracy, bias, or possible deletion; and how to study and prepare to be a participating author of wikipedia articles. You can learn how to contribute to wikipedia in a way that respects the spirit and written guidelines of this unique project.
Article How to Monitor Wikipedia Articles
How to use wikipedia. How to monitor wikipedia articles that you care about for accuracy, bias, or possible deletion.
Article Tips on Authoring Wikipedia Articles
How to study and prepare to be a participating author of wikipedia articles, following the guidelines and principles of wikipedia.
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Paula Joan Caplan, PhD

Paula Caplan, PhD: Psychologist, author, playwright and activist who is challenging the harm caused by psychiatric labeling. Paula is a long-time member of MindFreedom International. Author of 12 nonfiction books. Her latest book, "When Johnny and Jane Come Marching Home: How All of Us Can Help Veterans," uncovers the way too many people traumatized by war are told that that makes them “mentally ill.” Her book won the 2011 American Publishers Award for Professional and Scholarly Excellence (PROSE Award) in the Psychology category.
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