You must have Credits on your Balance to download this sample
The link between social class issues and depression for women in Scotland
Pages 7 (1757 words)
The Relationship between Social Class and Depression in Women in Scotland Introduction: In the modern world, several lifestyle changes have occurred especially in the context of workplace and family and balancing between the two. Thus, the modern humans on the one hand suffer from stress from the workplace and on the other due to pressure from the family front.
Besides, evidence also suggests that social issues such as poverty and discrimination can “undermine the recovery of people” from mental health problems (Myers, McCollam & Woodhouse, 2005, p.1). It further transpires that despite various initiatives taken to mitigate the problem, various challenges to mental health in Scotland arising out of “poverty, deprivation, discrimination and inequality” still remain unresolved (p.1). The problem appears to be more compounded in the case of Scottish females from lower social strata as they are unlikely to be financially independent and, thus, have to cope with various other stress elements. In this scenario, a research into the relationship between social class and depression in females in Scotland can facilitate reasonable insights into the mental health problems of this segment, which the logic behind the choice of this topic. The research will primarily be based on the information gleaned from various articles published on the topic, which have been discussed in detail in the annotated bibliography appended below. ...
Not exactly what you need?