Racialized identity and health in Canada: results from a nationally representative survey.

@article{Veenstra2009RacializedIA,
  title={Racialized identity and health in Canada: results from a nationally representative survey.},
  author={Gerry Veenstra},
  journal={Social science & medicine},
  year={2009},
  volume={69 4},
  pages={538-42}
}
This article uses survey data to investigate health effects of racialization in Canada. The operative sample was comprised of 91,123 Canadians aged 25 and older who completed the 2003 Canadian Community Health Survey. A "racial and cultural background" survey question contributed a variable that differentiated respondents who identified with Aboriginal, Black, Chinese, Filipino, Latin American, South Asian, White, or jointly Aboriginal and White racial/cultural backgrounds. Indicators of… CONTINUE READING