Barriers to healthcare among Asian Americans.

  title={Barriers to healthcare among Asian Americans.},
  author={Wooksoo Kim and Robert Keefe},
  journal={Social work in public health},
  volume={25 3},
The myth of the well-adjusted Asian American resulted from sample-biased research studies that concluded that Asian Americans are physically healthier and financially better off than Caucasians. The myth has been perpetuated by researchers who have often categorized Asian Americans as a single, undifferentiated group rather than as distinct ethnic groups. Consequently, data analysis techniques do not reveal distinctions that may exist had the researchers controlled for ethnic group variation… CONTINUE READING

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