Inequalities, migration and ethnicity Comment on Dr Raj S. Bhopal's Research agenda for tackling inequalities related to migration and ethnicity in Europe

Croucher, Ray
June 2012
Journal of Public Health;Jun2012, Vol. 34 Issue 2, p174
Academic Journal
The author comments on Dr Raj S. Bhopal's commentary "Research agenda for tackling inequalities related to migration and ethnicity in Europe," published in the Journal of Public Health, June 2, 2012. He believes that ethnic minorities should be recruited into general surveys in addition to participation in focused investigations using culturally and linguistically appropriate measure and highlights the need for valid and reliable instruments for international comparisons.


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