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College men's depression-related help-seeking: a gender analysis

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College men's depression-related help-seeking : a gender analysis. / Tang, May O T; Oliffe, John L; Galdas, Paul M; Phinney, Alison; Han, Christina S.

In: Journal of mental health, Vol. 23, No. 5, 2014, p. 219-224 .

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Tang, MOT, Oliffe, JL, Galdas, PM, Phinney, A & Han, CS 2014, 'College men's depression-related help-seeking: a gender analysis', Journal of mental health, vol. 23, no. 5, pp. 219-224 . https://doi.org/10.3109/09638237.2014.910639

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Tang, M. O. T., Oliffe, J. L., Galdas, P. M., Phinney, A., & Han, C. S. (2014). College men's depression-related help-seeking: a gender analysis. Journal of mental health, 23(5), 219-224 . https://doi.org/10.3109/09638237.2014.910639

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Tang MOT, Oliffe JL, Galdas PM, Phinney A, Han CS. College men's depression-related help-seeking: a gender analysis. Journal of mental health. 2014;23(5): 219-224 . https://doi.org/10.3109/09638237.2014.910639

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Tang, May O T ; Oliffe, John L ; Galdas, Paul M ; Phinney, Alison ; Han, Christina S. / College men's depression-related help-seeking : a gender analysis. In: Journal of mental health. 2014 ; Vol. 23, No. 5. pp. 219-224 .

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abstract = "Abstract Background: Men's health help-seeking behaviours vary considerably depending on the context. The current empirical literature on the influence of masculinity on college men's attitudes towards mental health-related help-seeking is largely limited to investigations involving psychology students. Aim: To describe the connections between masculinities and college men's depression-related help-seeking. Methods: Qualitative interviews with 21 college men who were diagnosed or self-identified as depressed. Constant comparison was used to inductively derive gendered understandings about participants' depression-related help-seeking. Results: Three themes were identified: (1) denying weakness; (2) limiting self-disclosure and mustering autonomy; and (3) redefining strength. Conclusion: The findings demonstrate connections between masculinities and help-seeking that can assist health care providers to understand the practices of college men who experience depression.",
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