Depression in Married Immigrant Women in Korea

@inproceedings{Yoo2015DepressionIM,
  title={Depression in Married Immigrant Women in Korea},
  author={Eun Kwang Yoo and Tae kyung Kim and Hye Jin Kim},
  year={2015}
}
Because of the human interchanges among countries, multi-racial and multi-cultural phenomena have become widespread over the past 10 years in Korea. Therefore, this study aims to investigate the degree of depression of married immigrant women in Korea and influential factors of it. Moreover, this study suggests the basic data that can be useful to find out and protect depression of married immigrant women in Korea.665 subjects who are married immigrant women in Korea participated in this study… 
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