Scapegoating is projected here as an occurrence in justice systems of modern democracies. Daniel documents several disciplinary cases brought against successful professionals in law and medicine in order to do this, arguing that they are examples of community scapegoating by these professions.

chapter |4 pages

Introduction: Disciplinary Practices

chapter 1|20 pages


chapter 2|18 pages

Professional Communities

chapter 3|28 pages

Scandals in Psychiatry

chapter 4|26 pages

The Cost of Justice

chapter 5|26 pages

A Scandal of Church and State

chapter 6|36 pages

The Longest Trial: William McBride

chapter 7|14 pages

A Question of Justice