Communicating Mental Health (inbunden)
Format
Inbunden (Hardback)
Språk
Engelska
Antal sidor
404
Utgivningsdatum
2019-12-15
Förlag
Lexington Books
Medarbetare
Craig, Elizabeth A. (contributions)/Davis, Daniel Cochece (contributions)/Ball, Brett (contributions)/Basinger, Erin D. (contributions)/Chernin, Kelly (contributions)/Cohen, Andrew I. (contributions)/Craig, Elizabeth A. (contributions)/Davis, Daniel Cochece (contributions)/Ball, Brett (contributions
Illustratör/Fotograf
unspecified 7 Charts 11 Tables
Illustrationer
11 Tables, unspecified; 7 Charts
Dimensioner
232 x 161 x 31 mm
Vikt
613 g
Antal komponenter
1
Komponenter
9:B&W 6 x 9 in or 229 x 152 mm Case Laminate on Creme w/Gloss Lam
ISBN
9781498578011
Communicating Mental Health (inbunden)

Communicating Mental Health

History, Contexts, and Perspectives

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Communicating Mental Health: History, Contexts, and Perspectives explores mental health through the lens of the communication discipline. In the first section, contributors describe the major contributions of the communication discipline as it pertains to a broader perspective and stigma of mental health. In the second section, contributors investigate mental health through various narrative perspectives. In the third and fourth sections, contributors consider many applied contexts such as media, education, and family. At the conclusion, contributors discuss the ways in which future inquiries regarding mental health in the communication discipline can be investigated. Scholars of health communication, mental health, psychology, history, and sociology will find this volume particularly useful.
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Lance R. Lippert is professor in the School of Communication at Illinois State University. Robert D. Hall is pursuing his Ph.D. at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. Aimee E. Miller-Ott is associate professor in the School of Communication at Illinois State University. Daniel Cochece Davis is assistant professor in the School of Communication at Illinois State University.

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Chapter 1: Communicating about Mental Health: What We Know, What We Need, and What We Give Chapter 2: The Chilling Influences of Social Stigma on Mental Health Communication: Implications for Promoting Health Equity Chapter 3: Communicated Sense-Making: A Theoretical Compass for Exploring Family Communication and Sense-making about Mental Health and Illness Chapter 4: Mental Health Literacy at The House of Grace: Advancing Relational Health Literacy as a Conceptual Model Chapter 5: "They Saved my Life!": Exploring Alternative Communication Narratives to Create Mental Health Agency Chapter 6: Testing a Social Aggression and Translational Storytelling Intervention: The Impact of Communicated Narrative Sense-Making on Adolescent Girls' Mental Health Chapter 7: Responses to Celebrity Mental Health Disclosures: Parasocial Relations, Evaluations, and Perceived Media Influence Chapter 8: The Stigmatization of Mental Health Disclosure in the College Classroom: Student Perceptions of Instructor Credibility and the Benefits of Disclosure Chapter 9: Community-Based Mental Healthcare: A Network Analysis of Identification and Involvement in an Advocacy Group Chapter 10: When Healthcare Professionals Need Help: Nursing Burnout and Supportive Communication Chapter 11: Managing Moral Injury Post-Deployment Chapter 12: Combating Mental Health Stigma in Underserved Black Communities: A Three-on Three Basketball Tournament Intervention Chapter 13: Mental Health, Ambiguous Loss, and Communicative Resilience in Families Chapter 14: Conflict Communication in Families and Mental Health Outcomes for Parents: Examining Mother and Father Reports of Depressive and Anxiety Symptoms, Verbal Aggression, and Constructive Conflict Chapter 15: "Warrior Moms": Stigma Management and Advocacy on Postpartum Progress Concerning Maternal Mental Health Concerns Chapter 16: Biopolitical Rationalities: The Changing Face of Mental Illness Chapter 17: Dangerous and Disturbed: Media Misportrayals of Mental Illness Chapter 18: Depression in Romantic Relationships: Integrating Social Constructionist Perspectives