Women's Madness: Misogyny Or Mental Illness?

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Harvester Wheatsheaf, 1991 - Feminist psychology - 341 pages
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Why do an overwhelmingly larger proportion of women than men suffer from depression and emotional distress? Is it because, as feminists would argue, that women are reacting to a misogynistic world? Or is their madness mental illness, as the experts would claim?

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User Review  - Alannah Clarke - Goodreads

A very interesting book. I really thought Ussher's argument was really interesting to read as she had her own experiences with her mother. I really found the chapter on women and witchcraft so ... Read full review

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User Review  - Lydia - Goodreads

I only read this to find a single supporting statement for an essay years ago, and it's become another constant companion. I don't normally classify myself as a feminist because my personal belief is ... Read full review

Contents

The genealogy of womens madness Deconstructing
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Chapter 2
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Chapter 4
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