Double Impact: A Dyadic Discrimination Model for Poor, Minority, and Pregnant Couples View Full Text


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2022-09-23

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Adeya Powell, Trace Kershaw, Derrick M. Gordon

ABSTRACT

Frequent daily discrimination compounds the negative health impacts of those with multiple marginalized identities, including pregnant mothers and their children. We used a dyadic, moderated, mediated model of 296 young, expectant, poor, urban, primarily minority couples. In this study, we explored if a multiple pathway discrimination model explained the relationship between multiple marginalized identities and health (depression and stress). We also examined if a mediated (discrimination moderated by gender) model, within a minority-stress and intersectional framework explained the relationship with depression and stress for couples. We observed that frequent daily discrimination was associated with negative health outcomes (depression and stress). Women reported significantly more depression than men. Frequent daily discrimination mediated the relationship between multiple marginalized identities and depression and stress and having a partner with multiple marginations increased one’s personal depression and stress. Our observations suggest that discrimination’s impact on health is experienced during pregnancy and the more marginalized identities one carries, the more impact it may have. Further, having a partner with multiple marginalized identities also impacts the depression and stress reported by women. Inventions to address depression and stress outcomes may be strengthened by considering multiple marginalized identities and include couples. More... »

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