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Constructing Categories: Context and Consequences

  • Sana Loue
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Increasingly, researchers, clinicians, policy makers, and others concerned with health and public health have focused their attention on disparities in access to health care, the quality of health care, and risk for various diseases across minority populations, which are often defined in terms of their race or ethnicity. These categories, however,

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Mental Illness American Psychiatric Association Ethical Implication Referent Category Nobel Peace Prize 
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  • Sana Loue
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  1. 1.Case Western Reserve UniversityClevelandOhio

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