Durkheims Suicide know basic findings what they mean its all about social

Durkheims suicide know basic findings what they mean

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Durkheim’s Suicide - know basic findings; what they mean (it’s all about social embeddedness - how embedded are you in society) Gender/Marriage differences Women - Depression/borderline; Men - substance abuse, antisocial Internalizing vs Externalizing (know details) Is this difference natural? Women more likely to seek help (know why) Differences in how each gender tries to commit suicide (know specifics)
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Marriage is more protective for men (know why) The quality of marriage is important Know critiques of marriage studies; what is it about “marriage” that actually makes you healthier? Creating the gender difference in mental illness Comes about in the 1950s; rise of medications; broadening definitions of mental illness New Drugs (Valium and Miltown - know a few basics about each) Broadly define the “disorder”/”problem” Creates a specific patient know the link to the advertisements Critiques of new drugs Addictive nature awareness being raised on a public level Rise of second wave feminism specific critiques arise out of Friedan’s work; know them Larger female critiques of medicine (remember, a lot going on in medicine more broadly right now) - know specific critiques Society becoming more critical of drugs as well hypocrisy of american drug policies - the problem is in our own homes Critiques reflected in the media Mother’s Little Helper Ongoing gender difference It’s been modernized a bit, but ads still target women; still an understanding that depression is a “female” disorder Race: *chapter also deals with religion, skim quickly; know points i made in class* Latinos
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