Health Disparities Among Under-Served Populations: Implications for Research, Policy and Praxis (Advances in Education in Diverse Communities: Research, Policy and Praxis)

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Health Disparities Among Under-served Populations: Implications for Research, Policy and Praxis, focuses on a topic of national concern. Both disparities in health status and in health care reflect the continuing power of race, social class, and gender as forces that define the social determinants of health and the social, biological, and physical environments where groups live. Chapters focus on key issues that include substance abuse, psychological coping, trauma, infant mortality, HPV, environmental hazards, teen pregnancy, homeless youth, racism, discrimination, and cultural competence. The scholars who have contributed to this volume showcase their insight and keen analyses of these pressing issues through a variety of lenses, including but not limited to, sociology, economics, psychology, education, public health, history, urban studies, nursing, and environmental activism. This anthology critically examines the devastating impact of race, class, and gender on the health and health care of African Americans, Latinos and American Indians, with particular focus on children and adolescents.

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US contributors in public health, social work, and public policy look at under-served US populations, with special emphasis on children and adolescents and the implications of poor health for social mobility. An introduction gives historical background and analyzes the significance of heath disparities that disproportionately impact under-served groups. Section 1 covers prevention and interventions for substance abuse, psychological coping, trauma, infant mortality, and HPV among populations including American Indian and Alaska Native youth, and immigrant and refugee populations. Section 2 reviews research investigations on environmental hazards, teen pregnancy, and homelessness among under-served US populations. Section 3 investigates the structural and societal impacts of racism and discrimination, with chapters on HIV/AIDS and racial health disparities, and the prevalence of mental illness among African Americans. The book is distributed in North America by Turpin Distribution. --Book News Inc. Portland, OR

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