Ethnicity, acculturation and health: who's to judge?

@article{Blakely2004EthnicityAA,
  title={Ethnicity, acculturation and health: who's to judge?},
  author={Tony Blakely and Kevin Dew},
  journal={The New Zealand medical journal},
  year={2004},
  volume={117 1188},
  pages={U742}
}
If socioeconomic factors were the only driver of ethnic differences in mortality, Pacific people in New Zealand should have the highest mortality rates. However, Pacific people have intermediate mortality rates between Maori and non-Maori nonPacific people (although specific health problems such as infectious disease, stroke and diabetes are of pressing… CONTINUE READING