Talking "among us": how women from different racial-ethnic groups define and discuss menopause.

@article{Dillaway2008TalkingU,
  title={Talking "among us": how women from different racial-ethnic groups define and discuss menopause.},
  author={Heather E Dillaway and Mary Beth Byrnes and Sara Miller and Sonica Rehan},
  journal={Health care for women international},
  year={2008},
  volume={29 7},
  pages={766-81}
}
Against a backdrop of scant literature on commonalities and differences among diverse groups of menopausal women within the United States, and little attempt by scholars in any country to study the ways in which both privilege and oppression can shape women's ideas and experiences of menopause, in this study, 61 menopausal women of varied racial-ethnic and class locations in a Midwestern state were asked about the different meanings and experiences of menopause. African American women and… CONTINUE READING