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Ethnicity and Caring for a Disabled Child: The Case of Children with Sickle Cell or Thalassaemia
(The British Association of Social Workers, 1996-12-01)
Services for haemoglobinopathies have been a major site of struggles for the black communities, yet the social research literature on haemoglobinopathies remains patchy and fragmented. We provide an overview of the literature ...
An exploration of white, Asian and Afro‐Caribbean peoples’ concepts of health and illness causation
(Taylor and Francis Online, 1992)
This article is based on secondary analysis of the Health and Lifestyle Survey. Matched controls from the white respondents were selected for the 129 Asians and 94 Afro‐Caribbeans. The analysis concentrates on concepts of ...