Health and Health Care Concerns among Women and Racial and Ethnic Minorities Vol: 35

Jennie Jacobs Kronenfeld
Arizona State University, USA


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Product Details
Format:
Hardback
ISBN:
9781787431508
Published:
31 Aug 2017
Publisher:
Emerald Publishing Limited
Dimensions:
328 pages - 152 x 229mm
Series:
Research in the Sociology of Health Care
This volume covers macro-level system issues and micro-level issues involving health and health care concerns for women, and racial and ethnic minorities. Topics covered include examination of health and health care issues of patients or of providers of care especially those related to concerns for women and for racial and ethnic minorities in different countries. This volume is divided into four sections. The first section introduces the volume. The second section covers women and reproductive related health and health care concerns, using data sources from the United States and the UK. The third section examines health care practitioners, health and health care, relating to issues of women or racial and ethnic minorities, using data sources from the US and Canada. The last section relates specifically to racial and ethnic minorities and health and health care. Chapters focus on Black men, on Asian Americans, on Mexican Americans, and across racial and/or ethnic differences.
Part 1 – Introduction to Volume Title: Health, Health Care and Women and Racial and Ethnic Minorities; Jennie Jacobs Kronenfeld 
Part 2 – Women and Reproductive Related Health and Health Care Concerns 
Chapter 1 Title: The Relationship of Pregnancy Intentions to Breastfeeding Duration: A New Evaluation; Michael Seth Friedson, Mikaila Mariel Lemonik Arthur and Allison Pope Burger 
Chapter 2 Title: Taking Insurance in Abortion Care: Policy, Practices, and the Role of Poverty; Katrina Kimport and Brenly Rowland 
Chapter 3 Title: The patient-healthcare worker relationship: how does it affect patient views towards vaccination during pregnancy?; Rose Jane Wilson, Tracey Chantler, Shelley Lees, Pauline Patterson, and Heidi Larson. 
Chapter 4 Title: An Examination of State-Level Mandates for Insurance Coverage On Health Seeking Behaviors for Infertility; Nicole Maki Weller 
Part 3 – Health Care Practitioners and Health and Health Care 
Chapter 5 Title: Bearing the Burden of Care: Emotional Burnout Among Maternity Support Workers; Miriam Naiman-Sessions, Megan M. Henley and Louise Marie Roth  
Chapter 6 Title: “Lost in translation”: How clinicians make sense of structural barriers to diabetes care among US Latinos with limited English proficiency; Claudia Chaufan, Mi-Kyung Hong and Alicia Fernandez 
Chapter 7 Title: Racial Residential Segregation and the Distribution of Auxiliary Health Care Practitioners across Urban Space; Kate Anderson 
Part 4 – Racial and Ethnic Minorities and Health and Health Care 
Chapter 8 Title: Nativity, Race-Ethnicity, and Dual Diagnosis among US Adults; Magdalena Szaflarski, Shawn Bauldry, Lisa A. Cubbins and Karthikeyan Meganathan  
Chapter 9 Title: PhD - Hypertension Experiences of Black Men: A Critical Narrative Study; Rob Haile, Debbie Laliberte Rudman and Lilian Magalhães 
Chapter 10 Title: - Influence of Healthcare Utilization and Social Characteristics On Health Outcomes among Elderly Asian Americans: A Structural Equation Analysis; Jacob Chao-Lun Huang 
Chapter 11 Title: Behavioral Functioning among Mexican-Origin Children: The Roles of Parental Legal Status and the Neighborhood Context; Aggie J. Noah and Nancy S. Landale 
Chapter 12 Title: Do You Want to See a Doctor for That? Contextualizing Racial and Ethnic Differences in Care-Seeking; Emily Walton and Denise Anthony 
Chapter 13 Title: Changing Patterns of Female Smoking: A Comparison of Workers and Full-time Homemakers by Class, Race and Community Type; William C. Cockerham, Bryant W. Hamby, Shawn Bauldry and Patricia Drentea
Jennie Jacobs Kronenfeld is Professor Emerita in the Sociology Program, Sanford School of Social and Family Dynamics, Arizona State University. Her research areas are medical sociology and aging and the life course with special focus on health policy, health care utilization and health behavior. She is coeditor of Health and Associate Editor In Chief, American Journal of Health Promotion. She has served in many roles with the American Sociological Association (ASA) including as Chair of the Medical Sociology Section and other positions in this group. She is a past President of Sociologists for Women in Society.
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