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Inequality, stress, and opportunity among Chinese university women
Rural and urban communities within China are worlds apart in most cultural and material dimensions. Each year university students migrate between these sectors. Understanding the psychosocial health consequences of this ...
Freedom from want: Blacks and the struggle against inequality in Buffalo, New York, 1930--1960
This dissertation is a documentation of the various means used by blacks in Buffalo, New York to resist unequal treatment by whites in the city during the three decades between 1930 and 1960. Previous historiography depicting ...
Trauma as a biological consequence of inequality: A biocultural analysis of the skeletal remains of Washington D.C's African American poor
The general purpose of this study is to determine the biological impact of poverty on African Americans living in Washington D.C., 1860-1970. This research is conducted within a biocultural framework, emphasizing the ...