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Research with Hispanic Populations
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Research with Hispanic Populations



April 1991 | 144 pages | SAGE Publications, Inc
This book explores ways of overcoming the problems researchers may encounter in collecting and interpreting data generated from Hispanic studies.
 
Hispanics
Who are They?

 
 
Issues in Identifying Hispanics
 
Enhancing Research Participation
 
Development and Adaptation of Instruments
 
Translation of Data Collection Instruments
 
Potential Problems in Interpreting Data

This book offers the reader an insight into some of the issues and experiences Hispanic minority populations have in the U.S. It also provides a template on which to critically think about potential issues which other minority cultural groups may have. With a well written and accessible style, this book provides researchers and social care and health practitioners with insight of crossing cultures.

Dr Martin Partridge
Faculty of Health , Staffordshire University
October 29, 2012

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ISBN: 9780803937215
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