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Health and Social Services among International Labor Migrants

A Comparative Study. Border and Migration Studies Series

Format: Hardback
Publisher: University of Texas Press, Austin, TX, United States
Published: 1st Jun 1998
Dimensions: w 160mm h 243mm d 19mm
Weight: 508g
ISBN-10: 0292785364
ISBN-13: 9780292785366
Barcode No: 9780292785366
Synopsis
The contributors to this volume, representing a wide variety of disciplines (including medicine, social work, political science, sociology, anthropology, psychology, and biology), are in agreement that the health and human services offered in industrial nations are generally monocultural, and not well suited for migrants from other cultures. One article even arrives at the disquieting conclusion that the mental health services offered to immigrants not only do not respond to their needs, but rather serve to reinforce negative perceptions regarding immigrants from third-world countries. This book represents a timely and urgently needed contribution to the discourse on health services for migrants. It demonstrates that the issues and problems of immigration in the United States and Europe have many commonalities, and that much can be learned from examining the experiences, successes, and failures of both.

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