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In-text: (Ajnakina et al., 2017)
Your Bibliography: Ajnakina, O., Lally, J., Di Forti, M., Kolliakou, A., Gardner-Sood, P., Lopez-Morinigo, J., Dazzan, P., Pariante, C., Mondelli, V., MacCabe, J., David, A., Gaughran, F., Murray, R. and Vassos, E., 2017. Patterns of illness and care over the 5 years following onset of psychosis in different ethnic groups; the GAP-5 study. Social Psychiatry and Psychiatric Epidemiology, 52(9), pp.1101-1111.
In-text: (Anglin, Link and Phelan, 2006)
Your Bibliography: Anglin, D., Link, B. and Phelan, J., 2006. Racial Differences in Stigmatizing Attitudes Toward People With Mental Illness. Psychiatric Services, 57(6), pp.857-862.
In-text: (Gender stereotypes and their effect on young people, 2019)
Your Bibliography: Beta.iop.org. 2019. Gender Stereotypes And Their Effect On Young People. [online] Available at: <https://beta.iop.org/sites/default/files/2019-07/IGB-gender-stereotypes.pdf> [Accessed 9 January 2020].
In-text: (Codjoe, Barber and Thornicroft, 2019)
Your Bibliography: Codjoe, L., Barber, S. and Thornicroft, G., 2019. Tackling inequalities: a partnership between mental health services and black faith communities. Journal of Mental Health, 28(3), pp.225-228.
In-text: (Koenig, 2018)
Your Bibliography: Koenig, A., 2018. Comparing Prescriptive and Descriptive Gender Stereotypes About Children, Adults, and the Elderly. Frontiers in Psychology, [online] p.8. Available at: <https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC6028777/pdf/fpsyg-09-01086.pdf> [Accessed 10 January 2020].
In-text: (Lips, 2016)
Your Bibliography: Lips, H., 2016. A New Psychology Of Women: Gender, Culture, And Ethnicity. 4th ed. Waveland Press, p.185.
In-text: (Mclean, Campbell and Cornish, 2003)
Your Bibliography: Mclean, C., Campbell, C. and Cornish, F., 2003. African-Caribbean interactions with mental health services in the UK: experiences and expectations of exclusion as (re)productive of health inequalities. Social Science & Medicine, 56(3), pp.657-669.
In-text: (Memon et al., 2016)
Your Bibliography: Memon, A., Taylor, K., Mohebati, L., Sundin, J., Cooper, M., Scanlon, T. and de Visser, R., 2016. Perceived barriers to accessing mental health services among black and minority ethnic (BME) communities: a qualitative study in Southeast England. BMJ Open, 6(11), pp.2-9.
In-text: (Overton and Medina, 2008)
Your Bibliography: Overton, S. and Medina, S., 2008. The Stigma of Mental Illness. Journal of Counseling & Development, 86(2), pp.143-151.
In-text: (Prentice and Carranza, 2004)
Your Bibliography: Prentice, D. and Carranza, E., 2004. Sustaining cultural beliefs in the face of their violation: The case of gender stereotypes. The Psychological Foundations of Culture, pp.259-280.
In-text: (Reay, 2001)
Your Bibliography: Reay, D., 2001. 'Spice Girls', 'Nice Girls', 'Girlies', and 'Tomboys': Gender discourses, girls' cultures and femininities in the primary classroom. Gender and Education, 13(2), pp.153-166.
In-text: (Shefer et al., 2012)
Your Bibliography: Shefer, G., Rose, D., Nellums, L., Thornicroft, G., Henderson, C. and Evans-Lacko, S., 2012. ‘Our community is the worst’: The influence of cultural beliefs on stigma, relationships with family and help-seeking in three ethnic communities in London. International Journal of Social Psychiatry, 59(6), pp.535-544.
In-text: (Simon, 2007)
Your Bibliography: Simon, R., 2007. Contributions of the Sociology of Mental Health for Understanding the Social Antecedents, Social Regulation, and Social Distribution of Emotion. Mental Health, Social Mirror, pp.239-274.
In-text: (Vandello and Bosson, 2013)
Your Bibliography: Vandello, J. and Bosson, J., 2013. Hard won and easily lost: A review and synthesis of theory and research on precarious manhood. Psychology of Men & Masculinity, 14(2), pp.101-113.
In-text: (Wilkins, 2010)
Your Bibliography: Wilkins, D., 2010. Untold Problems: A Review Of The Essential Issues In The Mental Health Of Men And Boys. London: Men's Health Forum, p.15.
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