2 edition of peer-interviewer model in conducting surveys among Mexican American youth found in the catalog.
peer-interviewer model in conducting surveys among Mexican American youth
Bibliography: leaves 15-16.
|Statement||Diane Bloom, Amado M. Padilla.|
|Series||Occasional paper / Spanish Speaking Mental Health Research Center ;, no. 8, Occasional paper (Spanish Speaking Mental Health Research Center (U.S.)) ;, no. 8.|
|Contributions||Padilla, Amado M.|
|LC Classifications||HV5824.Y68 B59 1979|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||17 leaves ;|
|Number of Pages||17|
|LC Control Number||82621814|
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Language of interview is the second dimension by which Hispanic surveys differ from most other surveys. Many general-population surveys and omnibus surveys are conducted in English only. As shown in table 3, however, nearly 30 percent of Hispanics either do not The Mexican American population is experiencing rapid rates of aging, and very little is known about the health, health care needs, and financial situation of the very old. Our findings thus far suggest that this is a population characterized by rising life expectancy which is accompanied by increased disease burden and increasing ://
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Peer-interviewer model in conducting surveys among Mexican American youth. [Los Angeles, Calif.]: Spanish Speaking Mental Health Research Center, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Diane Bloom; Amado M Padilla Diane Bloom has written: 'A peer-interviewer model in conducting surveys among Mexican American youth' -- subject(s): Drug abuse surveys, Drug use, Mexican American youth This research was supported by the National Institute of Mental Health, Grant No.
MH, Center for Minority Group Mental Health Programs. The authors wish to acknowledge the assistance of the following community residents who served as interviewers: Alicia Avelar, Javier Cabral, Maria Felix, Bobby Luquin, Anthony Mata, Gloria Mojarro, Johnny Noyes, Rosa Perez, Arturo Prado, and Letty :// Peer pressure definitely has a role in drugs.
'A peer-interviewer model in conducting surveys among Mexican American youth' -- subject(s): Drug abuse surveys, Drug use, Mexican American youth MEXICAN AMERICAN GANG MEMBERS AND VIOLENCE. There is ample evidence that interpersonal violence associated with members of youth gangs has grown and spread in segments of the U.S.
population that are characterized by poverty and social isolation (Klein ; Block & Block ; Spergel & Curry ; Needle & Stapleton ).Following this trend, Mexican-American gangs have grown Despite a growing body of epidemiological evidence in recent years documenting the health impacts of racism, the cumulative evidence base has yet to be synthesized in a comprehensive meta-analysis focused specifically on racism as a determinant of health.
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Blueprints: Model Program Information Contact. Paul Rohde, Ph.D. Oregon Research Center Millrace Drive Eugene, OR () Youth with social anxiety, for instance, are likely to spend less time interacting with their peers because of their avoidant behavior, in comparison to youth with other anxiety disorders (e.g., generalized anxiety disorder).
31,32 The avoidance of peer interaction, in turn, may decrease substance use involvement. The use of substances to self Higher levels of acculturation have been associated with drug use and delinquency among Puerto Rican, Mexican American, and African American youth (Brook et al, ; Marsiglia and Waller, ), drug use among Hispanic girls at risk for suicide (Fraser et al., ), and smoking among male, Puerto Rican high school students (Smith et al., ).
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;95(4) PubMed Google Scholar Crossref The book is divided into five sections: (1) youth development principles and foundational information (e.g., youth today as well as an historical perspective on youth work) (2) developing youths Our data are similar to overweight prevalence rates reported in a sample of schoolchildren in San Antonio, Texas, measured from to 36 In the San Antonio study, prevalence of overweight among Mexican American children was % for boys aged 6–11 years, % for boys age 12–17 years, and % for girls aged 6–11 years; among Childhood overweight is not restricted to developed countries: a number of lower- and middle-income countries are struggling with the double burden of underweight and overweight.
Another public health problem that concerns both developing and, to a lesser extent, developed countries is food insecurity. This study presents a comparative gender-based analysis of the association between Among the host of barriers to disclosure, younger children, males, youth from certain family conditions (e.g., families who do not discuss issues related to sex, families with patriarchal His first book, Mexican New York: Transnational Worlds of New Immigrants (, University of California Press), won the American Sociological Association’s overall Distinguished Book Award, and three other sectional prizes (for immigration; community and urban sociology; and Latino/a sociology) and a Presidential prize from CUNY.
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