Chambers, Giles
February 2010
Community Care;2/4/2010, Issue 1804, p10
The article describes the attitude of ethnic minority service users in a certain mental health meeting in Great Britain. It reveals that during meeting, ethnic minority users are at a distinct disadvantage when it comes to expressing their opinion. It emphasizes that they often feel suffocated from expressing their views in this meeting because they do not want to offend or appear racially offensive.


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