Asian Americans: Vulnerable Populations, Model Interventions, and Clarifying Agendas
This Book Assists Health Care Providers, Researchers, Educators, Students, And Policy Makers Who Work With And For Asian American Populations Meet The Increased Demand For Culturally Competent Health Care And Education. Chapters Of This Book Focus On Issues, Needs, And Assets Of Underserved, Under-Researched Asian American Populations. Authors Critically Analyze Interplay Of Culture, Immigration, And Social And Political Contexts In Relation To The Vulnerability Of Asian American Populations.
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