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Ethnic-Speficif Geriatri Care in the United States

This Ethnogeriatrics Bibliography is part of the Stanford University’s Internet based Successful Aging (iSAGE) project that is funded by NIH grant.

Found 10 results
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2014
A. L. Nguyen and Seal, D. W., Cross-cultural comparison of successful aging definitions between Chinese and Hmong elders in the United States, Journal of Cross Cultural GerontologyJournal of Cross Cultural Gerontology, vol. 29, pp. 153-171, 2014.
2006
R. J. Yun and Lachman, M. E., Perceptions of aging in two cultures: Korean and American views on old age, Journal of Cross Cultural GerontologyJournal of Cross Cultural Gerontology, vol. 21, pp. 55-70, 2006.
L. A. Gerdner, Xiong, X. Xavier, and Yang, D., Working with Hmong American families, in Ethnicity and the dementias, 2ndnd ed., New York, NY: Routledge/Taylor & Francis Group; US, 2006, pp. 209-230.
2002
R. Gupta and Pillai, V. K., Elder care giving in South Asian families: Implications for social service, Journal of Comparative Family StudiesJournal of Comparative Family Studies, vol. 33, pp. 565-576, 2002.
1992
A. Raskin, Chien, C. -piao, and Lin, K. -ming, Elderly Chinese- and Caucasian-Americans compared on measures of psychic distress, somatic complaints and social competence, International Journal of Geriatric PsychiatryInternational Journal of Geriatric Psychiatry, vol. 7, pp. 191-198, 1992.
1987
C. L. Hayes, Two worlds in conflict: The elderly Hmong in the United States, in Ethnic dimensions of aging, New York, NY: Springer Publishing Co; US, 1987, pp. 79-95.