Issues of Race, Ethnicity, and Culture in Caregiving Research: A 20-Year Review (1980-2000)

Dilworth-Anderson, Peggye; Williams, Ishan Canty; Gibson, Brent E.
April 2002
Gerontologist;Apr2002, Vol. 42 Issue 2, p237
Academic Journal
Discusses issues of race, ethnicity and culture in caregiving and identifies gaps in knowledge to guide future research on caregiving. Factors influencing aging; Domains of research; Findings on social support networks among other ethnic and racial groups.


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