The development of a race and gender-specific stress measure for African-American women: Jackson, Hogue, Phillips contextualized stress measure.

@article{Jackson2005TheDO,
  title={The development of a race and gender-specific stress measure for African-American women: Jackson, Hogue, Phillips contextualized stress measure.},
  author={Fleda Mask Jackson and Carol J. Hogue and Mona Taylor Phillips},
  journal={Ethnicity & disease},
  year={2005},
  volume={15 4},
  pages={594-600}
}
OBJECTIVE Community-based research was conducted to develop an identity stress measure for African-American women. The aim of the investigation was to capture the voices of African-American women telling their experiences of stress and support and to have their voices inform the development of an identity stress measure representing the realities of being Black and female. In this paper, we describe the components of a race and gender-specific stress measure emerging from a multidisciplinary… CONTINUE READING

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