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Men’s Depression

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Videos

Meet the experts, hear their perspectives about men’s depression.
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Podcasts

The authors talk about specific findings and articles regarding men’s depression.

John OliffeDepression, men and masculinities: A review and recommendations
John Oliffe
Oliffe, J.L., & Phillips, M. (2008). Depression, men and masculinities: A review and recommendations. Journal of Men’s Health, 5(3), 194-202. [Abstract]
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Steve RobertsonConnecting masculinity and depression among international male university students
Steve Robertson
Oliffe, J.L., Robertson, S., Kelly, M., Roy, P., & Ogrodniczuk, J.S. (2010). Connecting masculinity and depression among international male university students. Qualitative Health Research, 20, 987-98. [Abstract]
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Mary T. KellyMasculinities and college men’s depression: Recursive relationships
Mary T. Kelly
Oliffe, J.L., Kelly, M.T., Johnson, J.L., Bottorff, J.L., Gray, R.E., Ogrodniczuk, J.S., & Galdas, P.M. (2010). Masculinities and college men`s depression: Recursive relationships. Health Sociology Review, 16(4), 465-77. [Abstract]
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John S. OgrodniczukSuicide from the perspectives of older men who experience depression
John S. Ogrodniczuk
Oliffe, J.L., Han, C.S., Ogrodniczuk, J.S., Phillips, J.C., & Roy, P. (2011). Suicide from the perspectives of older men who experience depression. American Journal of Men’s Health, 5(5), 444-54. [Abstract]
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Sabrina Wong“He’s more typically female because he’s not afraid to cry”: Connecting heterosexual gender relations and men’s depression
Sabrina Wong
Oliffe, J.L., Kelly, M.T., Bottorff, J.L., Johnson, J.L., & Wong, S. (2011). “He’s more typically female because he’s not afraid to cry”: Connecting heterosexual gender relations and men’s depression. Social Science and Medicine, 73, 755-782. [Abstract]
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Joy L. JohnsonMen’s discourses of help-seeking in the context of depression
Joy L. Johnson
Johnson, J.L., Oliffe, J.L., Kelly, M.T., Galdas, P., & Ogrodniczuk, J.S. (2012). Men’s discourses of help-seeking in the context of depression. Sociology of Health and Illness, 34(3), 345-61. [Abstract]
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John L. OliffeYou feel like you can’t live anymore: Suicide from the perspectives of men who experience depression
John L. Oliffe
Oliffe, J.L., Ogrodniczuk, J.S., Bottorff, J.L., Johnson, J.L., & Hoyak, K. (2012). You feel like you can’t live anymore: Suicide from the perspectives of men who experience depression. Social Science and Medicine, 74, 505-14. [Abstract]
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HAN1Faux masculinities among college men who experience depression

Christian S. Han
Oliffe, J.L., Galdas, P., Han, C., & Kelly, M.T. (2013). Faux masculinities among college men who experience depression. Health: An Interdisciplinary Journal, 17(1), 75-92. [Abstract]
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Stephanie CoenLooking for Mr. P.G.: Masculinities and men’s depression in northern Canadian community
Stephanie Coen
Coen, S., Oliffe, J.L., Johnson, J.L & Kelly, M.T. (2013). Looking for Mr. P.G.: Masculinities and men’s depression in a northern resource-based Canadian community. Health and Place, 21, 94-101. [Abstract]
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Joan L. BottorffSurviving men’s depression: Women partners’ perspectives
Joan L. Bottorff
Bottorff, J.L., Kelly, M.T., Oliffe, J.L., Johnson, J.L., Carey, J. (2014). Surviving men’s depression: Women partners’ perspectives. Health: An Interdisciplinary Journal. Health: An Interdisciplinary Journal, 18, 60-78. [Abstract]
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Paul GaldasMasculinities, work and retirement among older men who experience depression
Paul Galdas
Oliffe, J.L., Rasmussen, B., Bottorff, J.L., Kelly, M.T., Galdas, P.M., Phinney, A., & Ogrodniczuk, J.S. 2013). Masculinities, work and retirement among older men who experience depression. Qualitative Health Research, 23(12), 1626-1637. [Abstract]play Listen to this podcast

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