Journals Higher Education

$44.95

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01 June 2012

564 Pages

6.14 x 9.21 inches

ISBN: 9780199932023


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Silencing the Self Across Cultures

Depression and Gender in the Social World

Edited by Dana C. Jack and Alisha Ali

  • Broadens the dialogue on theory, research, and treatment of women's depression by incorporating the perspectives of international authors in one volume
  • Elucidates a theory on gender difference in rates of depression that ties factors related to women's social inequality directly to cognitive schemas that direct women's behaviors and self-evaluation
  • Situates self-silencing theory within larger frameworks by examining other models for women's depression and incorporating cognitive, behavioral, neurological, and biomedical perspectives into the cultural model
  • Presents a theory and methodology for conducting research in culture and drepression that addresses the inherent difficulties involved
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