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Dana C. Jack,Alisha Ali
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Authors rely on Silencing the Self theory, which details the .

Authors rely on Silencing the Self theory, which details the negative psychological effects when individuals silence themselves in close relationships and the importance of the social context in precipitating depression. The book offers evidence regarding why women's depression is more wide-spread than men's and why the treatment of depression lies in understanding that a person's individual psychology is inextricably related to the social world and close relationships. Authors examine not only gender differences in depression but also related aspects of mental and physical illness, including treatments specific to women.

Alisha Ali is Associate Professor in the Department of Applied Psychology at New York University. She is currently the principal investigator on a series of studies examining economic empowerment for survivors of domestic violence.

Authors rely on Silencing the Self theory, which details the negative psychological effects when individuals silence themselves in close relationships and the importance of the social context in precipitating depression

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Personal Name: Jack, Dana Crowley. Personal Name: Ali, Alisha, 1970-. Rubrics: Depression in women Cross-cultural studies. Download now Silencing the self across cultures : depression and gender in the social world Dana Crowley Jack, Alisha Al. Download PDF book format. by Traveller, nomadic and migrant educationPatrick Alan Danaher.

Silencing the Self Across Cultures Depression and Gender in the Social World (pp. 241-261). Oxford: Oxford University Press. Chapter · January 2010 with 9 Reads. The slight gender inequality shown here is not surprising, given the fact that until 1974-with the advent of the Carnation Revolution in Portugal (Ferreira, 1998;Guerreiro & Alexandre, 2006;Neves & Nogueira, 2010)-gender inequality was institutionalized in public domains such as labor and political representation, and especially in domestic domains such as housework and child care. Several political and social measures have been implemented since 1974, however, to assure greater gender equality.

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Ali holds BSc, MS, and PhD degrees, all from University of Toronto. Her recent publication includes: Al. A. & Lees, K. (2013). The Journal of Clinical Psychology, 69(2), 160-169

Winner of the 2011 Ursula Gielen Global Psychology Book AwardThis international volume offers new perspectives on social and psychological aspects of the complex dynamic of depression. The twenty-one contributors from thirteen countries - Australia, Canada, Finland, Germany, Haiti, India, Israel, Nepal, Poland, Portugal, Puerto Rico, Scotland, and the United States - represent contexts with very different histories, political and economic structures, and gender role disparities. Authors rely on Silencing the Self theory, which details the negative psychological effects when individuals silence themselves in close relationships and the importance of the social context in precipitating depression. Specific patterns of thought about how to achieve closeness in relationships (self-silencing schema) are known to predict depression. This book breaks new ground by demonstrating that the linkage of depressive symptoms with self-silencing occurs across a range of cultures. We offer a new view of gender differences in depression situated in the formation and consequences of self-silencing, including differing motivational aims, norms of masculinity and femininity, and the broader social context of gender inequality. The book offers evidence regarding why women's depression is more wide-spread than men's and why the treatment of depression lies in understanding that a person's individual psychology is inextricably related to the social world and close relationships. Authors examine not only gender differences in depression but also related aspects of mental and physical illness, including treatments specific to women. Several chapters describe the transformative possibilities of community-driven movements for disadvantaged women that support healing through a recovery of voice, and describe the need for systemic and structural changes to counter violations of human rights as a means of reducing women's risk of depression. Bringing the work of these researchers together in one collection furthers international dialogue about critical social factors that affect the rising rates of depression around the globe.