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Occupational health disparities among racial and ethnic minorities.
Leong-FTL; Eggerth-D; Flynn-M; Roberts-R; Mak-S
The role of the economic crisis on occupational stress and well being, (Research in occupational stress and well being). Perrewe PL, Halbesleben JRB, Rosen CC, eds. Bingley, United Kingdom: Emerald Group Publishing Limited, 2012 Oct; 10:267-310
In this chapter, we have proposed that an important approach to understanding occupational stress and well-being among racial and ethnic minority workers is to integrate the occupational health disparities paradigm into work stress research. As such, the current chapter provides a state-of-the-art review of the existing literature on occupational health disparities for Latinos, Asian Americans, and African Americans. Each of the three sections has highlighted the unique occupational health problems encountered by the specific racial and ethnic group as well as the research and policy gaps. We end with a series of recommendations for future research.
Racial-factors; Occupational-health; Occupational-health-services; Job-stress; Stress; Worker-health; Workers; Emotional-stress; Employee-health; Health-services; Sociological-factors; Attitude; Behavior; Behavior-patterns; Author Keywords: Occupational health disparities; racial and ethnic minorities; prejudice and discrimination
Perrewe-PL; Halbesleben-JRB; Rosen-CC
Construction; Healthcare and Social Assistance; Services
The role of the economic crisis on occupational stress and well being, (Research in occupational stress and well being)
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