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Women's mental health [electronic resource] : resistance and resilience in community and society

Women's mental health [electronic resource] : resistance and resilience in community and society

Material type
E-Book(소장)
Personal Author
Khanlou, Nazilla. Pilkington, F. Beryl.
Title Statement
Women's mental health [electronic resource] : resistance and resilience in community and society / Nazilla Khanlou, F. Beryl Pilkingtron, editors.
Publication, Distribution, etc
Cham :   Springer International Publishing :   Imprint: Springer,   2015.  
Physical Medium
1 online resource (xl, 390 p. ) : ill. (some col.).
Series Statement
Advances in mental health and addiction
ISBN
9783319173269
요약
This book analyzes systemic problems affecting women's mental health--social inequities, marginalization, racism, and displacement among them--and proposes holistic real-world approaches to practice and policy. Women’s experiences from around the globe are examined including Bangladesh, Brazil, Canada, India, Iran, Italy, Ivory Coast, Nepal, Pakistan, Portugal, Rwanda, Senegal, South Korea, Switzerland, and the United States. Together, the chapters in this book deepen our understanding of the  intersections of gender, race, culture, age, class, immigration status, and motherhood. Ongoing issues such as violence against women, maternal depression, eating disorders, and the stressors affecting female health care workers are discussed in familial and societal contexts. Contributors from a range of disciplines also identify relevant mental health assets including resilience, social support, and culturally-based healing, and suggest changes that sectors and systems must make to recognize women’s diversity and develop and implement appropriate policies and services. Included in the international and interdisciplinary coverage: Structural Determinants of Women’s Mental Health Community, Social Support, and Women’s Mental Health  Health and Social Services, Resistance, and Women’s Mental Health Displacement, Migration, Resettlement, and Women’s Mental Health Poverty, Marginalization, and Women’s Mental Health Motherhood, Resilience, and Women’s Mental Health At a time when barriers to women's well-being are recognized as a global health crisis, Women's Mental Health is a profound source of information for researchers in psychology, public health, and educational policy.
General Note
Title from e-Book title page.  
Content Notes
Part I: Structural Determinants of Women’s Mental Health -- Employment, Poverty, Disability and Gender: A Rights Approach for Women with Disabilities in India, Nepal and Bangladesh -- The Mental Health of Health Care Workers – A Woman’s Issue? -- What women want, what they get. Gap analysis in Pakistan of mental health services, polices, and research -- Perspectives on Violence Against Women: Social, Health, and Societal Consequences of Inter-Partner Violence -- Part II: Community, Social Support, and Women’s Mental Health -- Stress, Social Support and Depression in Arab Muslim Immigrant Women in the Detroit Area of the United States -- Social Factors Affecting the Well-being and Mental Health of Elderly Iranian Immigrant Women in Canada -- The Resettlement Blues: The Role of Social Support in Newcomer Women’s Mental Health -- Reflections on current societal and social context of women’s mental health in Italy -- Part III: Health and Social Services, Resistance, and Women’s Mental Health -- Women’s Benzodiazepine Abuse: A Psychoanalytic -- Unrecoverable? Prescriptions and Possibilities for Eating Disorder Recovery Approach -- Impact of gender-based aggression on women’s mental health in Portugal -- Somatization as a Major Mode of Expression of Psychological Distress in Familial and Interpersonal Relationships among Iranian Women -- Part IV: Displacement, Migration, Resettlement, and Women’s Mental Health -- Mental Health and Resilience of Young African Women Refugees in an Urban Context -- Mental Health in Non-Korean Women Residing in South Korea Following Marriage to Korean Men -- The Gender Gap in Mental Health: Immigrants in Switzerland -- Focusing on Resilience in Canadian Immigrant Mothers’ Mental Health -- Reinventing myself: a search for identity as an immigrant woman in my journey from Brazil to Canada -- Part V: Poverty, Marginalization, and Women’s Mental Health -- Women living with homelessness: They are (almost) invisible -- Exploring women’s mental health at the intersections of aging, racialization and low socioeconomic status -- The social construction of mental health inequities experienced by mothers who are socioeconomically disadvantaged during early motherhood: A Canadian Perspective -- Part VI: Motherhood, Resilience, and Women’s Mental Health -- Interacting Individual, Social and Cultural Factors in Black Mothers Resilience Building Following Loss to Gun Violence in Canada -- Antenatal Depression in Immigrant Women: A Culturally Sensitive Prevention Program in Geneva (Switzerland) -- Community Resilience and Community Interventions for Post-Natal Depression: Reflecting on Maternal Mental Health in Rwanda -- Mothering Bereaved Children after Perinatal Death: Implications for Women’s and Children’s Mental Health in Canada.
Bibliography, Etc. Note
Includes bibliographical references and index.
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300 ▼a 1 online resource (xl, 390 p. ) : ▼b ill. (some col.).
490 1 ▼a Advances in mental health and addiction
500 ▼a Title from e-Book title page.
504 ▼a Includes bibliographical references and index.
505 0 ▼a Part I: Structural Determinants of Women’s Mental Health -- Employment, Poverty, Disability and Gender: A Rights Approach for Women with Disabilities in India, Nepal and Bangladesh -- The Mental Health of Health Care Workers – A Woman’s Issue? -- What women want, what they get. Gap analysis in Pakistan of mental health services, polices, and research -- Perspectives on Violence Against Women: Social, Health, and Societal Consequences of Inter-Partner Violence -- Part II: Community, Social Support, and Women’s Mental Health -- Stress, Social Support and Depression in Arab Muslim Immigrant Women in the Detroit Area of the United States -- Social Factors Affecting the Well-being and Mental Health of Elderly Iranian Immigrant Women in Canada -- The Resettlement Blues: The Role of Social Support in Newcomer Women’s Mental Health -- Reflections on current societal and social context of women’s mental health in Italy -- Part III: Health and Social Services, Resistance, and Women’s Mental Health -- Women’s Benzodiazepine Abuse: A Psychoanalytic -- Unrecoverable? Prescriptions and Possibilities for Eating Disorder Recovery Approach -- Impact of gender-based aggression on women’s mental health in Portugal -- Somatization as a Major Mode of Expression of Psychological Distress in Familial and Interpersonal Relationships among Iranian Women -- Part IV: Displacement, Migration, Resettlement, and Women’s Mental Health -- Mental Health and Resilience of Young African Women Refugees in an Urban Context -- Mental Health in Non-Korean Women Residing in South Korea Following Marriage to Korean Men -- The Gender Gap in Mental Health: Immigrants in Switzerland -- Focusing on Resilience in Canadian Immigrant Mothers’ Mental Health -- Reinventing myself: a search for identity as an immigrant woman in my journey from Brazil to Canada -- Part V: Poverty, Marginalization, and Women’s Mental Health -- Women living with homelessness: They are (almost) invisible -- Exploring women’s mental health at the intersections of aging, racialization and low socioeconomic status -- The social construction of mental health inequities experienced by mothers who are socioeconomically disadvantaged during early motherhood: A Canadian Perspective -- Part VI: Motherhood, Resilience, and Women’s Mental Health -- Interacting Individual, Social and Cultural Factors in Black Mothers Resilience Building Following Loss to Gun Violence in Canada -- Antenatal Depression in Immigrant Women: A Culturally Sensitive Prevention Program in Geneva (Switzerland) -- Community Resilience and Community Interventions for Post-Natal Depression: Reflecting on Maternal Mental Health in Rwanda -- Mothering Bereaved Children after Perinatal Death: Implications for Women’s and Children’s Mental Health in Canada.
520 ▼a This book analyzes systemic problems affecting women's mental health--social inequities, marginalization, racism, and displacement among them--and proposes holistic real-world approaches to practice and policy. Women’s experiences from around the globe are examined including Bangladesh, Brazil, Canada, India, Iran, Italy, Ivory Coast, Nepal, Pakistan, Portugal, Rwanda, Senegal, South Korea, Switzerland, and the United States. Together, the chapters in this book deepen our understanding of the  intersections of gender, race, culture, age, class, immigration status, and motherhood. Ongoing issues such as violence against women, maternal depression, eating disorders, and the stressors affecting female health care workers are discussed in familial and societal contexts. Contributors from a range of disciplines also identify relevant mental health assets including resilience, social support, and culturally-based healing, and suggest changes that sectors and systems must make to recognize women’s diversity and develop and implement appropriate policies and services. Included in the international and interdisciplinary coverage: Structural Determinants of Women’s Mental Health Community, Social Support, and Women’s Mental Health  Health and Social Services, Resistance, and Women’s Mental Health Displacement, Migration, Resettlement, and Women’s Mental Health Poverty, Marginalization, and Women’s Mental Health Motherhood, Resilience, and Women’s Mental Health At a time when barriers to women's well-being are recognized as a global health crisis, Women's Mental Health is a profound source of information for researchers in psychology, public health, and educational policy.
530 ▼a Issued also as a book.
538 ▼a Mode of access: World Wide Web.
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700 1 ▼a Pilkington, F. Beryl.
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991 ▼a E-Book(소장)

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