Asian American women's resilience: An integrative review

@inproceedings{Reyes2016AsianAW,
  title={Asian American women's resilience: An integrative review},
  author={A T Reyes and Rose Eva Constantino},
  year={2016}
}
Asian American women face unique stressors that threaten their overall health and well-being. However, resilience is a phenomenon that allows individuals to develop positive adaptation despite adversities and challenges. This integrative review is conducted in order to explore the current state of knowledge regarding the resilience of Asian American women. Twelve databases were used to identify related articles: Academic Search Premier, CINAHL, ERIC, Ethnic NewsWatch, GenderWatch, ProQuest… CONTINUE READING

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