SOCIAL CONTEXT IN TRAUMATIC STRESS: GENDER, ETHNICITY, AND BETRAYAL by SHARON

@inproceedings{Tang2009SOCIALCI,
  title={SOCIAL CONTEXT IN TRAUMATIC STRESS: GENDER, ETHNICITY, AND BETRAYAL by SHARON},
  author={Sharon Tang},
  year={2009}
}
The purpose of the current study was to examine the role of sociocultural factors in posttraumatic stress. The two major aims were to add to current knowledge about why women report higher rates of posttraumatic stress than men and to explore the role of ethnicity in response to trauma. Using an online survey with a college sample (n = 1041) and a community sample (n = 199), the findings confirmed prior research that traumas high in betrayal (e.g., abuse by a close other) are more strongly… CONTINUE READING
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