Believing in equality does not mean that men no longer experience male privilege.
Working with progressive men can have its own frustrations as male comrades feel they are not guilty of sexism – often because of the lack of intention to be sexist – without truly analyzing their actions within a framework of dominance.
The authors would like to end by the beginning, referring to the caveats in the introduction of the present chapter.
There are still other matters of concern: the frequent use of lay interviewers in major surveys, recall bias in interviews over lifetime span, the key issue of defining a threshold for clinical significancy, just to name a few.
Although we no longer believe that patients with BPD have an underlying psychosis, the name "borderline" has stuck.DSM-IV defines ten categories of personality disorder.Of these, Borderline Personality Disorder (BPD) is the most frequent in clinical practice.However, when the prevalence of such events was systematically examined, it became apparent that trauma is surprisingly commonplace.Several studies have investigated the overall prevalence of traumatic events in the general population, looking both at communitybased populations and populations of individuals at high risk of trauma or exposed to events such as natural disasters (Acierno et al., 1999).