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Culture, Media, and Depression

31. How do different cultures view depression?

This can be a difficult question to answer considering that international surveys looking at depression across different countries show dramatic differences in terms of who is likely to develop symptoms. For that matter, there are some languages that don’t even have a word for what we would call depression.

 

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Depression by Romeo Vitelli

Author:Romeo Vitelli , Date: June 23, 2019

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Author:Romeo Vitelli

Language: eng

Format: epub

Publisher: ABC-CLIO
Culture, Media, and Depression

31. How do different cultures view depression?

This can be a difficult question to answer considering that international surveys looking at depression across different countries show dramatic differences in terms of who is likely to develop symptoms. For that matter, there are some languages that don’t even have a word for what we would call depression.

Also, considering the stigma surrounding mental illnesses in different cultures, the number of people seeking help for their symptoms is going to vary widely from one country to the next. For people living in Japan, for example, only about 3 percent of the population will seek help for depression while countries such as the United States have a substantially higher percentage of people asking for help. But, does this mean that people in other cultures are less likely to develop depression? Or are they just less likely to admit being depressed?

Cross-cultural studies of depression conducted since the 1980s strongly suggest that culture differences can have a dramatic impact on the type of depressive symptoms people can show, how likely they are to be diagnosed at all, and how likely they are to seek out some kind of help. Considering the deep stigma against mental illness found in many places, it isn’t surprising that most people feeling depressed would prefer to keep it hidden, often until it’s too late.

In fact, some psychiatrists have argued that depression as we know it is mainly a Western disease that is nonexistent in some societies. For example, when psychiatrist Emil Kraepelin visited Indonesia in the early years of the twentieth century, he concluded that depression was almost nonexistent. A similar conclusion was made by psychiatrist John Colin Carothers when he wrote about depression in Africans. As far as he was concerned, any mental health issues that developed were due to their exposure to Western culture and values as well as the effects of colonization.

Even into the late 1980s, medical anthropologists continued to challenge the idea of depression in non-Western cultures though this is not a popular viewpoint today. Part of the problem is that the way people express emotional distress, including symptoms of depression, varies widely depending on their cultural background and beliefs about mental illness.

For that matter, people in other cultures may also report problems that resemble what we call depression but which do not appear to have any real comparison in Western countries (except among immigrants). As we have already seen in Question 9, these conditions can go by different names, including pena and susto in parts of Latin America, brain fag in West Africa, dhat on the Indian subcontinent, tawatl ye sni (totally discouraged) among the Dakota Sioux, shenjing shairuo in Chinese culture, and so on.

While the diagnosis may vary depending on where we happen to be living in the world, the actual symptoms are usually not that different. Whether or not people dealing with depression actually get help is often going to depend on the kind of mental health services that are available. Unfortunately,

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