Nov 112013
 
Schedule and Location: Monday, May 26 9:00am-10:30am Vallee-299

Primary Session Category: Sociology of Health
Session Code: SoHe2-A
Session Format: Regular (Presentations and Discussion)

Session Description: This session will include presentations focused on the effects of social environment and social experience on mental distress and disorder, focusing especially on differences in mental health across social groups, and explanations of these differences in terms of the exposure to different types of macro or micro stress and access to social and personal coping resources.

Session Organizer: Shirin Montazer, Brock University, Sociology, smontazer@brocku.ca

Chair: Shirin Montazer

Presenters:

1. Jennifer Reynolds

Investigating the Relationship between Maternal Mental Health and Children’s Delinquent & Problematic Behavior

2. Paul Glavin, Amanda Peters

The Costs of Caring: Caregiver Strain and Work-Family Conflict Among Canadian Workers

3. Haosen Sun

Pathways to mental health in young adulthood: The long-term effects of childhood experiences expressed through self-esteem

4. Atsushi Narisada

Who are the Under-Rewarded? Status Inequality and Feeling Underpaid

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