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Race and health: Basic questions, emerging directions

David R. Williams
1997 Annals of Epidemiology  
A framework for the study of the role of race in health. 333 328 Willlams RACE AND HEALTH: QUESTIONS AND DIRECTIONS SOCIAL SURFACE BIOLOGICAL HEALTH BASIC CAUSES 4 STATUS e CAUSES 111)  ...  RACE AND HEALTH: QUESTIONS AND DIRECTIONS AEP Vol. 7, No. 5 July 1997: 322-333 legislatively mandated attempt to monitor the social and economic progress of population groups that had historically experienced  ... 
doi:10.1016/s1047-2797(97)00051-3 pmid:9250627 fatcat:w5m364z7crerzafvkzdhkysbam

Race-Ethnicity and Health Trajectories

Tyson H. Brown, Angela M. O'Rand, Daniel E. Adkins
2012 Journal of Health and Social Behavior  
Three alternative hypotheses on the nature of racial-ethnic inequalities in health across the life course address these questions: the aging-as-leveler (Kim and Miech 2009), persistent inequality (Ferraro  ...  Do health disparities shrink, persist, or grow with age, and by how much?  ...  College (grant 64300 and sub-award 100927DLH216-02), and by funding provided to the third author by National Institute of Mental Health grant K01MH093731.  ... 
doi:10.1177/0022146512455333 pmid:22940814 pmcid:PMC3668643 fatcat:7esioa57drfcho42somi2qka2m

Relative income, race, and mortality

Douglas L. Miller, Christina Paxson
2006 Journal of Health Economics  
We show how this individual-level model can be estimated using semi-aggregated data on the mortality rates of people categorized by age, race, gender, and place of residence.  ...  We develop an empirical model in which an individual's health is a function of his or her own income and the incomes of those who live in the same geographical area.  ...  T32-AG00186 to the NBER and P30-AG024361.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.jhealeco.2006.02.003 pmid:16580079 fatcat:pusf3pecubbdnhux3gwyy6i5da

Race and Psychological Distress

Pamela Braboy Jackson, David R. Williams, Dan J. Stein, Allen Herman, Stacey L. Williams, Deidre L. Redmond
2010 Journal of Health and Social Behavior  
We analyze data from the South African Stress and Health Study, a nationally representative in-person psychiatric epidemiologic survey of 4,351 adults conducted as part of the World Mental Health Survey  ...  health disparities among South Africans.  ...  from the National Institute of Mental Health and the National Institute of Drug Abuse, with supplemental funding from the South African Department of Health and the University of Michigan (awarded to  ... 
doi:10.1177/0022146510386795 pmid:21131621 pmcid:PMC3307586 fatcat:3lxpg2ydhrfvzcv53rmamslxoq

Cultural, Race, and Ethnicity Issues in Health Care [chapter]

Enrique S. Fernandez, Jeannette E. South-Paul, Samuel C. Matheny
2003 Family Medicine  
Cultural, Race, and Ethnicity Issues in Health Care 11 . Cultural, Race, and Ethnicity Issues in Health Care 15  ...  Cultural, Race, and Ethnicity Issues in Health Care 7 Enrique S. Fernandez, Jeannette E. South-Paul, Samuel C. Matheny . Cultural, Race, and Ethnicity Issues in Health Care 9 .  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-0-387-21744-4_3 fatcat:qmjcfdlhorha3gkekddktxt6ry

Discussing race, racism and mental health: two mental health inquiries reconsidered

Ian Cummins
2015 International Journal of Human Rights in Healthcare  
These two Inquiries are used as contrasting case studies as a means of examining the approaches to the questions of race and racism.  ...  Keywords: Race, racism mental health inquiries 3 | P a g e  ...  The final question that arises is whether these documents are simply historical events, interesting in and of themselves but with no significance or relevance for modern mental health professionals in  ... 
doi:10.1108/ijhrh-08-2014-0017 fatcat:tktdszmyzverdnlgvd2llzv4se

Poor Health Reporting? Using Anchoring Vignettes to Uncover Health Disparities by Wealth and Race

Laura Rossouw, Teresa Bago d'Uva, Eddy van Doorslaer
2018 Demography  
We also find that health inequality and reporting heterogeneity are confounded by race.  ...  Only after we correct for these differences does a significant and substantial health disadvantage of the poor emerge.  ...  Rossouw acknowledges the support and feedback received from members of ReSEP and feedback from delegates at the UNU-WIDER conference on inequality (2014), the International Health Economics Associate Conference  ... 
doi:10.1007/s13524-018-0709-0 fatcat:qbkpzexzqvephc2kzf3524d6eu

Entry Denied: COVID-19, Race, Migration, and Global Health

Matiangai Sirleaf
2020 Frontiers in Human Dynamics  
This essay uses the novel coronavirus pandemic as an entry point to explore the intersections between race, migration, and global health.  ...  This essay illuminates how the racialization of diseases is reflected in historic and ongoing United States' migration law and policy as well as the global health law regime.  ...  While these microorganisms do not discriminate, societal actors do individually and systemically via direct and indirect action, which is exhibited by racialized health disparities and inequities 8 .  ... 
doi:10.3389/fhumd.2020.599157 fatcat:g376tvqdujgedetpeh7baz24ee

German policing at the intersection: race, gender, migrant status and mental health

Eddie Bruce-Jones
2014 RACE & CLASS  
Germany not only avoids using the term 'race', but its institutions, such as the police, refrain from collecting statistics according to race, gender, ethnicity, and so on, which makes it hard to prove  ...  Examining a series of controversial cases in which nonwhite Germans have been killed in encounters with the police, the author argues for an understanding of how race and other identities intersect, and  ...  In Emrah Kara's case, at least, it should have been known that he was suffering from schizophrenia, as his family members were present to answer basic questions related to his condition.  ... 
doi:10.1177/0306396814556223 fatcat:auuyd3gtlfhs7ddjxnxddsqoeq

Gender, Race, and the Self in Mental Health and Crime

SARAH ROSENFIELD, JULIE PHILLIPS, HELENE WHITE
2006 Social problems  
Strong and consistent gender differences exist in mental health problems and crime.  ...  In explaining these patterns, our perspective differs from prior theories in both mental health and criminology by focusing on the intersection of gender and race in relation to both internalizing and  ...  Prior research on the relationships between messages and schemas and between schemas and internalizing or externalizing problems supports this basic perspective on the self and mental health.  ... 
doi:10.1525/sp.2006.53.2.161 fatcat:da3wbuuchfdljg3ydnjczjfgua

Health-Related Stereotype Threat Predicts Health Services Delays Among Blacks

Paul R. Jones, Dexter M. Taylor, Jodi Dampeer-Moore, Katherine L. Van Allen, Darlene R. Saunders, Cecelia B. Snowden, Mark B. Johnson
2013 Race and Social Problems  
Recommendations for administering the scale are provided and future directions for HRST research are discussed.  ...  four preventive health behaviors-blood pressure and cholesterol assays, physical exams, and routine checkups.  ...  Acknowledgments This research was funded by NCI Grant #1R21CA154258 to the primary author and supported by the Office of Behavioral and Social Sciences Research.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s12552-013-9088-8 pmid:24163710 pmcid:PMC3806300 fatcat:go3joulrpnh4vbctpvf53big4q

Race Preferences and Race Privileges [chapter]

2007 Redress for Historical Injustices in the United States  
Toward that end, we take a careful look at the emerging public understanding of race and racism in America.  ...  By comparison, in wealthy Bel Air, only a few miles away, the ratio is I to 2I4. 37 Limited access to primary care shows up in many basic health statistics.  ... 
doi:10.1215/9780822389811-003 fatcat:omqfavkfljeqzj54suul24mz2e

Global Health, Tuberculosis and Local Health Campaigns: Reinforcing and Reshaping Health and Gender Inequalities in Lihir, Papua New Guinea [chapter]

Susan R. Hemer
2021 Unequal Lives: Gender, Race and Class in the Western Pacific  
In 1993, the WHO declared a 'global health emergency' in relation to TB and developed DOTS as the key strategy for global control of the disease.  ...  First, health sector attention is directed towards trying to alter the behaviour of individuals to make them more compliant.  ... 
doi:10.22459/ue.2020.05 fatcat:kpyyqzcnd5dklhdub343u6iypu

STRUCTURAL RACISM AND HEALTH INEQUITIES

Gilbert C. Gee, Chandra L. Ford
2011 Du Bois Review: Social Science Research on Race  
The structural forms of racism and their relationship to health inequities remain under-studied.  ...  Racial minorities bear a disproportionate burden of morbidity and mortality.  ...  Yet, without this information, one would not be able to inquire about the basic question of disparity, much less racism.  ... 
doi:10.1017/s1742058x11000130 pmid:25632292 pmcid:PMC4306458 fatcat:tbj6zyfkprcf5krwp4xgqmbjhe
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