10 edition of Research with Hispanic populations found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 113-123) and index.
|Statement||Gerardo Marín, Barbara VanOss Marín.|
|Series||Applied social research methods series ;, v. 23|
|Contributions||Marín, Barbara VanOss.|
|LC Classifications||E184.S75 M38 1991|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ix, 130 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||130|
|ISBN 10||0803937202, 0803937210|
|LC Control Number||90026197|
Most Hispanic populations have lower infant mortality rates than Whites. Infant mortality rates range from for Cuban Americans to for Puerto Ricans compared with for non-Hispanic Whites. Congenital malformation, low birthweight, and maternal complications are the leading causes of infant mortality among Hispanics. Literature on the mental health of Hispanics is reviewed in this book, which is organized according to a conceptual framework encompassing clinical service research. The book's division into five main sections reflects the five phases of the framework, which span the sequence beginning when a person experiences mental or emotional distress and ending after mental health providers have.
Hispanic population in United States – acculturation Hispanic is a Spanish term that defines the people originating from the countries, which were formerly Spanish colonies. This constitutes a wide array of ethnic groups with different social, political and emotional characteristics as well as countries. Additional research is needed to address methodological limitations of studies to date and pinpoint the most efficacious components and optimal duration of interventions. Future efforts should also attend to variability within the U.S. Hispanic population to ensure acceptability and sustainability of interventions in this diverse group.
DALLAS, Aug. 5, -- Recommended medications for peripheral artery disease and coronary artery disease are underused among Hispanic and Latino people, according to new research . This research brief summarizes the state of the field on cultural competence in social services. The information is relevant for organizations serving children and families from diverse ethnic and racial backgrounds, but the brief highlights research and strategies in serving Hispanic populations.
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The U.S. Hispanic population reached a record million inupover the previous year and up from million inaccording to newly released U.S. Census Bureau population the past decade, however, population growth among Hispanics has slowed as the annual Research with Hispanic populations book of births to Hispanic women has declined and immigration has decreased.
This book explores ways of overcoming the problems researchers may encounter in collecting and interpreting data generated from Hispanic studies. Skip to main content. Research with Hispanic Populations. Book. Search form. Download PDF. Sections. Show page numbers. The Pew Research Center is a nonpartisan fact tank that informs the public about the issues, attitudes and trends shaping America and the world.
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Hispanic Culture Research Papers Hispanic Culture Research Papers examine the Hispanic population and culture in America. Hispanic culture research papers can focus on several aspects of the culture such as language, social constructs, family issues, immigration concerns and many other interesting sociological aspects of Hispanic culture.
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Get this from a library. Research with Hispanic populations. [Gerardo Marín; Barbara VanOss Marín] -- This title explores ways of overcoming the problems researchers may encounter in collecting and interpreting data generated from Hispanic studies.
**For metropolitan areas with populations of greater than 5, Non-Hispanic Asians, Native Hawaiians, and Other Pacific Islanders ***National Asian growth rate between is %. The news that Hispanics have become the nation's largest minority was no demographic surprise. Its fruition had been predicted at least 30 years ago.
This news event, though, was important because the appearance of Latinos on the American scene could no longer be denied—neither in the nation's vital economic or educational policies nor in politics.
Catholics no longer constitute a majority of the U.S. Hispanic population. In Pew Research Center RDD surveys conducted in and47% of Hispanics describe themselves as Catholic, down from 57% a decade ago. Meanwhile, the share of Hispanics who say they are religiously unaffiliated is now 23%, up from 15% in Census data analyzed by Pew Research Center reveals that the Hispanic population boomed to a record high of million inan increase of more than 12 million Hispanics to the country’s total population since The Hispanic population today in the U.S.
is seven times what it was in when there were only about million Hispanics in the country. Hispanic adolescents’ experiences with acculturation are multidimensional and unique across subgroups’ experiences with ADV (Schwartz et al., ).
Research examining the links between ADV and acculturation across various Hispanic communities has noted .Recent research among U.S. adults on mortality rates from all causes illustrates the need to disaggregate data simultaneously by both sex/gender and race/ethnicity.
For example, the “Hispanic paradox” describes a situation in which Hispanic health outcomes are the same as or better than those of white non-Hispanics.Hispanics in the United States: an overview for the drug abuse researcher --Setting the stage for the research --Recruitment of Hispanic research participants --Instrumentation, data collection, and analysis issues --Retention and followup of Hispanic research participants --Technology transfer of research programs to the Hispanic community.