Tag Archives: ethnicity

On SAGE Insight: Child welfare inequalities in the four nations of the UK

From Journal of Social Work In the public health field, much attention has been paid to measuring and analysing differences in mortality and morbidity between and within countries. While recognising problems in ensuring that data are genuinely comparable between and … Continue reading

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On SAGE Insight: Evaluation of interventions to improve participation in cancer screening services

Article title: Rapid review of evaluation of interventions to improve participation in cancer screening services From Journal of Medical Screening Screening participation is spread differently across populations, according to factors such as ethnicity or socioeconomic status. This paper reviews the … Continue reading

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On SAGE Insight: Dating out is intercultural – Experience and perceived parent disapproval by ethnicity and immigrant generation

From Journal of Social and Personal Relationships Dating and marriage are a common source of disagreement for parents and their young adult children. Parents and young adults differ on the appropriate age to begin dating, on the appropriate pool of … Continue reading

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Investigating black and minority ethnic leaders’ career experiences

Article: Reflections on the labyrinth: Investigating black and minority ethnic leaders’ career experiences From Human Relations Despite a continuing rise in the number of black and minority ethnic (BME) employees entering the UK workforce, their representation in leadership roles remains … Continue reading

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White terminal cancer patients are more likely to die at home rather than in hospital

Does place of death from cancer vary between ethnic groups in South East England? From Palliative Medicine There is growing evidence that the end-of-life care needs of many are not being met. Studies have found that 49% to 90% of … Continue reading

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A bleak prediction for the stability of Afghanistan and Iraq

Perfect Storms? Political Instability in Imposed Polities and the Futures of Iraq and Afghanistan From: Journal of Conflict Resolution How stable will the new democratic political systems be in Iraq and Afghanistan? This analysis offers a grim prognosis for domestic peace … Continue reading

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