Cultural Diversity in Health and Illness
Rachel E. Spector
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Table of Contents
Unit I. CULTURAL FOUNDATIONS
1. Cultural Heritage and History
3. Health and Illness
Unit II. HEALTH DOMAINS
4. Health Traditions
5. Healing Traditions
6. Familial Traditions
7. Health-Care Delivery
Unit III. HEALTH AND ILLNESS PANORAMAS
8. Health and Illness in the American Indian, Aleut, and Eskimo Communities
9. Health and Illness in the Asian/Pacific Islander Community
10. Health and Illness in Black American Communities
11. Health and Illness in Hispanic American Communities
12. Health and Illness in White European Communities