MARCH+30+REVIEW+FOR+SECOND+HOURLY

MARCH+30+REVIEW+FOR+SECOND+HOURLY - Rates of mental illness...

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REVIEW FOR 2ND HOURLY 50 multiple choice ?s – each 2 points Lectures and readings Worth 30% of grade Not cumulative
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READINGS Book chapters General aspects, not specific details One question from each reading
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SOCIAL THEORY History WWII – military psychiatry Stress theory - Selye * Holmes and Rahe (SRRS) – Major characteristics
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SOCIAL THEORY Thoits - SRRS and theories Major assumptions of social theories Different elements of stress process
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SOCIAL THEORY Turner – informal social support Wheaton – types of stressors Treatment implications, strengths and weaknesses
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SOCIAL CLASS Eaton chapter Social causation and selection Faris and Dunham studies Hollingshead and Redlich – social class and treatment of psychoses and neuroses Lennon – how jobs are related to mental health
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ETHNICITY
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Unformatted text preview: Rates of mental illness in different ethnic groups (Williams chapter) Effect on shaping symptoms Western and non-Western Family social support and ethnicity Ethnicity and treatment (Walton et al.) GENDER *Gender as social roles and role expectations How work and marital roles relate to distress of men and women (Rosenfield) Gender and types of mental illnesses MARRIAGE Theories of marriage and mental health traditional, outdated, feminist Findings on marriage and mental health Relationship to gender Separation and divorce how harmful? Sex specific? SOCIAL RESPONSE Relationship of social characteristics to mental health treatment (Pescosolido and Boyer) Stages of recognition Changes in stigma over time (Phelan and Link)...
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This note was uploaded on 11/20/2011 for the course SOCIOLOGY 920:307 taught by Professor Horwitz during the Spring '10 term at Rutgers.

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