Roses in Salty Soil: Women and Depression in Egypt Today: Cairo Papers in Social Science Vol. 28, No. 4
This study aims to fill a research gap in the phenomenology of Egyptian women‚àö√Øs experiences and perceptions of affective suffering and psycho-social distress. Deconstructing disciplinary boundaries, it presents a cross-cultural insight into the interplay among women, culture, and psychological illness, and examines illness triggers, prevalent hierarchies of resort, and common treatment results. Cairo Papers Vol. 28, No. 4.
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