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Inequality, stress, and opportunity among Chinese university women
Rural and urban communities within China are worlds apart in most cultural and material dimensions. Each year university students migrate between these sectors. Understanding the psychosocial health consequences of this ...
Man up: African American men discuss race, masculinity, and coping with stress
This study explored the messages African American men, between the ages of 18 and 30, and 55 and older; receive about race, masculinity and coping. Qualitative interviews and post-interview phone calls were utilized. Data ...
Strong advocates and compliant patients: Socioeconomic status and parental adaptation to pediatric cancer
Serious pediatric illness is one of the most stressful experiences a family can face. As the number one cause of death by disease in children, pediatric cancer brings with it emotional, interpersonal and resource drain on ...
Understanding the connection between minority stress and identity development in self-identified and questioning lesbians
Using a minority stress framework, this study examined the relationship between internalized homophobia, perceived discrimination, concealment, experience of prejudice events and identity development in lesbians. The purpose ...