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Race, Ethnicity and Mental Health: Introduction to the Special Issue

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Takeuchi, D.T., and David R. Williams. 2003. "Race, Ethnicity and Mental Health: Introduction to the Special Issue." Journal of Health and Social Behavior, 44(3): 233-236.

Race and ethnicity have been and continue to be associated with residence in safe and supportive neighborhoods, employment in good paying and fulfilling jobs, attendance at schools with exceptional learning environment, and health care. Takeuchi and Williams examine the factors linked to race that may adversely affect even relatively advantaged segments of subordinate racial and ethic populations

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