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TC Sources is a voluntary and opportunistic project of the Therapeutic Community Open Forum to compile a comprehensive list of publications relating to therapeutic community, and to identify and create links to sources which are already available on the Internet.

TC Open Sources is a programme of the TC Sources project which aims to actively build up the range of material which is available online, through re-publishing significant and hard-to-find materials, and through publishing material which has previously been unpublished.

Find Books and Articles (listed alphabetically by author)

To browse the TC Sources list of publications, click on A-Z links below. You can also search this site for a topic or title by using the search box which is under the navigation bar on the left hand side of the web-page.

A | B | C | D | E | F | G | H | I | J | K | L | M | N | O | P | Q | R | S | T | U | V | W | X | Y | Z |

Find Films, Videos, DVDs, CDs, Records, Tapes, Radio Programs (listed alphabetically by title)

To browse the TC Sources list, click on A-Z links below. You can also search this site for a topic or title by using the search box which is under the navigation bar on the left.

Aa | Bb | Cc | Dd | Ee | Ff | Gg | Hh | Ii | Jj | Kk | Ll | Mm | Nn | Oo | Pp | Qq | Rr | Ss | Tt | Uu | Vv | Ww | Xx | Yy | Zz |

Find Government Laws, Regulations, Guidance

CLICK HERE for table, by country and by state/province/region


TC Sources:

  • By searching the Internet for online material (see some useful links below);
  • By adding references directly to the wiki;
    • Or, if you are not yet comfortable with editing directly into Wiki, sending publication details to 'Publication' is interpreted broadly to include any pubilshed media: newspaper, newsletter, magazine or journal articles; books and monographs; articles or chapters in books; radio and television programs; films; gramophone, tape, cd, video, dvd or other recordings; Online.
      • Please submit entries in the following format if possible | Author| Year/s| Title| Content| Publication/ Publisher| Volume Number| Pages| Source (The Library or Archive where it can be found. Alternatively, the URL of Online material)

TC Open Sources:

  • By identifying material you would like to see available online
  • By giving permission to upload material of which you are the copyright holder;
  • By helping to trace copyright holders;
  • By manual labour (OCRing or typing hardcopy text into a digital format, transforming text into html or wiki, inputting data to update the online catalogue);


  • By keeping an eye out for broken links on the site;
  • By assembling bibliographies and contents lists;
  • By using the resource, and letting us know whether and how it is helpful, and how it might be improved.
  • Does your organisation have a library? Does the library have any of the books, journals or other material listed here in its library? Can people come to see them? If so -
    • Let us know which items they are, with contact details, opening hours, and any other information on how and when people can arrange to use them.


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Copyright under United Kingdom law:

"The general rule is that the author is the first owner of copyright in a literary, dramatic, musical or artistic work. In the case of films, the principal director and the film producer are joint authors and first owners of copyright. The main exception is where a work or film is made in the course of employment, in which case the employer owns the copyright. The copyright in sound recordings, broadcasts and published editions generally belongs to the record producer, broadcaster or publisher."

How long does it last? "Copyright in a literary, dramatic, musical or artistic work (including a photograph) lasts until 70 years after the death of the author. The duration of copyright in a film is 70 years after the death of the last to survive of the principal director, the authors of the screenplay and dialogue, and the composer of any music specially created for the film. Sound recordings are generally protected for 50 years from the year of publication. Broadcasts are protected for 50 years and published editions are protected for 25 years." source: UK Patent Office:

Unless otherwise indicated, all material in the TC Sources project remains the copyright of the author or publisher

For more information on copyright nationally, internationally, and as related to the Internet, see:

For a guide to tracing copyright holders, see:

Editor: Craig Fees

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