In 1998, Canetto and Sakinofsky suggested what they referred to as “The gender paradox in suicide”: in western countri es women have higher rates of thinking and behaving in a suicidal way, but deaths from suicide are typically...Read More
Author: M. Pilar Sánchez López
INVITED AUTHOR: Chris McVittie Queen Margaret University, Musselburgh, United Kingdom THE PSYCHOLOGY OF GENDER AND HEALTH. CONCEPTUAL AND APPLIED GLOBAL CONCERNS Chapter 4.- Masculinities and Health: Whose Identities, Whose...Read More
INVITED AUTHOR: Marta E. Aparicio García Current research is paying close attention in the last 15 years to the health of transgender people, noting that there is a greater social prejudice, discrimination, violence and a...Read More
INVITED AUTHOR: Andreea C. Brabete There is a growing interest in introducing not only the sex perspective but also a gender perspective in research at all levels as the research findings are more accurate and they contribute to...Read More
INVITED AUTHOR: Isabel Cuéllar Flores A recent research has shown that prevention of HIV must be a priority in developed countries such as Spain (Cuéllar-Flores et al., 2016). Young people have wrong knowledge...Read More
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