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Race, Gender and Health

Race, Gender and Health

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January 1996 | 226 pages | SAGE Publications, Inc
The influence of race and gender on the health status of nonwhite women in the United States is the theme of this book. Four distinct groups of women are examined closely: African Americans; American Indians and Alaskan Natives; Asian/Pacific Islander Americans; and Latinas. Contributors focus in particular on structural and cultural factors which affect women's health issues. The concluding chapter calls for the development of new paradigms to improve the delivery of health care for these women and for the US population as a whole.
John H Stanfield II
Series Editor's Introduction
Audrey F Manley
Marcia Bayne-Smith
Health and Women of Color
A Contextual Overview

Lorna Scott McBarnette
African American Women
Jo Ann Kauffman and Yvette K Joseph-Fox
American Indian and Alaska Native Women
Reiko Homma True and Tessie Guillermo
Asian/Pacific Islander American Women
Aida L Giachello
Latino Women
Marcia Bayne-Smith and Lorna Scott McBarnette
Redefining Health in the 21st Century

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ISBN: 9780803955059