The Enhanced Self-Reported Health Outcome Observed in Hispanics/Latinos Who are Socially-Assigned as White is Dependent on Nativity

@article{Vargas2014TheES,
  title={The Enhanced Self-Reported Health Outcome Observed in Hispanics/Latinos Who are Socially-Assigned as White is Dependent on Nativity},
  author={Edward D Vargas and G. C. Reproduction Sanchez and Ballington L. Kinlock},
  journal={Journal of Immigrant and Minority Health},
  year={2014},
  volume={17},
  pages={1803-1810}
}
A growing body of research seeks to conceptualize race as a multi-dimensional construct, attempting to move beyond a dummy variable approach to study social disparities. This research uses ‘socially-assigned race’, ‘ascribed race’, or ‘what race others think you are’ as opposed to self-identified race to assess self-rated health status among a representative study of the Latino population (n = 1,200). Our analysis shows how important the lived experience of Latinos and Hispanics (as measured by… CONTINUE READING
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