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Introduction: Janet M. Stoppard & Linda M. McMullen1. "Depressed" Women's Constructions of the De?cient Self: Linda M. McMullen2. Depressed Women's Treatment Experiences: Exploring Themes of Medicalization and Empowerment: Janet M. Stoppard & Deanna J. Gammell3. The Anger of Hope and the Anger of Despair: How Anger Relates to Women's Depression: Dana Crowley Jack4. "Imprisoned in My Own Prison": A Relational Understanding of Sonya's Story of Postpartum Depression: Natasha S. Mauthner5. Postpartum Depression: Women's Accounts of Loss and Change: Paula Nicolson6. Legacy of Betrayal:A Theory of Demoralization from the Perspective of Women Who Have Been Depressed: Susan A. Hurst7. "I Just Went On. . . . There Was No Feeling Better, There Was No Feeling Worse": Rural Women's Experiences of Living with and Managing "Depression": Yvette Scattolon8. "Your Heart Is Never Free": Women in Wales and Ghana Talking about Distress Vivienne Walters, Joyce Yaa Avotri, & Nickie Charles9. Conclusion: Linda M. McMullen & Janet M. Stoppard

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Janet M. Stoppard is Professor of Psychology at the University of New Brunswick in Canada. She is the author of Understanding Depression: Feminist Social Constructionist Approaches. Linda M. McMullen is Professor of Psychology at the University of Saskatchewan.

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"Why do women experience depression at twice the rate of men? This important collection brings the missing voices of women's own experience to the discussion, with rich and original results. Contributors--leading researchers as well as rising stars--provide sophisticated and nuanced studies of women working to make sense of and cope with their experiences of depression. An important analysis of gendered expectations in creating the context for depression. A needed and most welcome addition to fathoming the experience of depression." - Stephanie A. Shields, author of Speaking from the Heart: Gender and the Social Meaning of Emotion "This book brings together work from a number of researchers who have been in the vanguard of changing the ride... presents a powerful and convincing case for a relational approach." - Journal of Reproductive and Infant Psychology

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