Radical contextualization: contributions to an anthropology of racial/ethnic health disparities.

@article{Chapman2005RadicalCC,
  title={Radical contextualization: contributions to an anthropology of racial/ethnic health disparities.},
  author={Rachel R. Chapman and Jean R Berggren},
  journal={Health},
  year={2005},
  volume={9 2},
  pages={145-67}
}
There is indisputable evidence of deep and persistent racial/ethnic inequalities in health status and health care in the USA. Growing awareness of these disparities has fueled a cross-disciplinary debate about appropriate approaches to racial/ethnic disparities in public health research and policy discourse, yet anthropologists have been marginalized in this discourse. What does the current work of anthropologists have to offer that is most useful in the crucial work of understanding and… CONTINUE READING

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