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.
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