Untangling Inequalities: Gender, Race, and Socioeconomic Differences in Depression1

@inproceedings{Roxburgh2009UntanglingIG,
  title={Untangling Inequalities: Gender, Race, and Socioeconomic Differences in Depression1},
  author={Susan Roxburgh},
  year={2009}
}
In their important paper, Link and Phelan (1995) argue that socioeconomic status is a fundamental cause of variation in well-being and that the social resources associated with socioeconomic status constitute the fundamental cause of variation in well-being. In this article, I elaborate on the fundamental cause perspective in three respects: by suggesting an expansion of the definition of resources, by examining how race and gender influence variation in the relationship between resources and… CONTINUE READING

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