On chronic illness: immigrant women in Canada's work force--a feminist perspective.

Abstract

Data from a comparative ethnographic study were examined to define factors that influence the management of illness among Euro-Canadian and first-generation Chinese women in the Canadian labour force. Compared with Euro-Canadians, Chinese women had a lower level of education, and more of them held blue collar jobs. Many of them had reservations about… (More)

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@article{Anderson1993OnCI, title={On chronic illness: immigrant women in Canada's work force--a feminist perspective.}, author={Joan M Anderson and Christine Mary Blue and Allyson Holbrook and M Ng}, journal={The Canadian journal of nursing research = Revue canadienne de recherche en sciences infirmieres}, year={1993}, volume={25 2}, pages={7-22} }