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Katherine Fennelly

the ideals espoused in the didactic literature of the period. The extent to which each individual manager was capable of implementing moral management in their respective asylums was limited by the expertise and quality of lower-level staff and the demands of the public. Management practice was further constrained by the limitations and boundaries of the space of the asylums. Asylum architecture has been presented as a specialist genre, in common yet separate from other contemporaneous institutions like prisons and workhouses. While surveillance was a concern, this

in An archaeology of lunacy